Committed Teams: Three Steps to Inspiring Passion and Performance

  • 7h 36m 13s
  • Derek Newberry, Madeline Boyer, Mario Moussa
  • Gildan Media
  • 2017

Build high-performing teams with an evidence-based framework that delivers results.

Committed Teams: Three Steps to Inspiring Passion and Performance is based on a deceptively simple philosophy: set a direction, try to stay on track, and make adjustments when necessary. Easy to do? Hardly - especially when the typical workday is time-crunched, stressful, and deadline-driven. Drawing on research done at the Wharton School of Business, the authors reveal how to deliver results under these tough conditions. Tested and refined in Wharton's Executive Development Program, Committed Teams will help you gain buy-in for shared objectives, assign roles to the right people, and establish norms for effective collaboration. Whether your team aims to execute a strategy, produce breakthrough innovations, collaborate across global boundaries, or launch a new venture, this how-to guide offers the pragmatic advice you need. Engaging stories and illustrative examples from business, entertainment, sports, and the arts bring the three-step process to life. This game-changing audiobook provides the tools for:

  • Aligning every member of your team behind a motivating vision
  • Making team meetings efficient and productive
  • Closing the gap between stated goals and actual behaviors

If you want to be competitive in a demanding, fast-paced work environment, you need to rely on a high-performing team. Committed Teams is the indispensable resource for creating one.

In this Audiobook

  • Chapter 1 - Commit—To Know the Rules, You Have to Make Them
  • Chapter 2 - Check—What You Don't Know is Probably Hurting You
  • Chapter 3 - Close—To Bridge the Saying-Doing Gap, Act Like a STAR
  • Chapter 4 - Pay Attention—The Seven Common Mistakes You are Probably Making
  • Chapter 5 - Can You Hear Me Now? Making Virtual Teams Work
  • Chapter 6 - No Time for Teamwork? Lessons from Startups
  • Chapter 7 - Who Has a Good Idea? Insights on Innovation
  • Chapter 8 - Lead or Follow? Guidelines for Leadership Groups
  • Chapter 9 - Why are We Here? Engaging Committees

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