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There IS An "I" In Team: How To Be A Great Team Member Mini-Guide
President John F. Kennedy once said: "Ask not what your country can do for you. Ask what you can do for your country". This captures the essence of effective teamwork. In fact, the best teams have team mates who focus on that missing "I" in teams, and focus on what they can do for their teams by taking personal responsibility and being accountable.
You can enhance your career, and how people see you by learning to be a better team contributor. This mini-guide teaches you the 24 Commandments of Team Conduct, so you can start being a super team player today.
You'll learn how to communicate in tough team situations, what to say and not say in team settings, and perhaps the most important thing; how to crush blame in your team, one of the primary team killers.
All in less than 30 minutes. Mini-guides are NOT full books, but are meant to be read over and over. Keep a copy close by and review it before team meetings, or to remind yourself of what you need to do next to help build your team
Ideal, too for handouts to teams, to help set norms, so team leaders may want to make this mini-guide available to their team members, and also idea for training and team-building exercises.
Robert Bacal is a book author, business consultant, trainer and educator. His books published by major publishers (McGraw-Hill & Alpha Press - 'Idiots' Guides) have sold over half a million copies worldwide and been translated into a number of languages including French, Spanish, German and Chinese.
In addition he writes and publishes through his own company Bacal & Associates, and is located near Ottawa, Canada.
His academic background (M.A. and Ph.D. course work completed) in Applied Psychology allows him to bring a unique, yet practical perspective on human communication, conflict, customer service and management.
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