The Ideal Team Player: How To Recognize And Cultivate The Three Essential Virtues: A Leadership Fable
ISBN: 153186385X
EAN13: 9781531863852
Language: English
Release Date: Sep 6, 2016
Pages: 0
Dimensions: 1.05" H x 6.6" L x 5.3" W
Weight: 0.15 lbs.
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You guys really dropped the ball on the teamwork project.

They didn't say anything, so Jeff continued, focusing on Bobby. You said it wasn't just posters and t-shirts, but what else was it? Before they could answer, he went on. Because you don't seem to know what you mean when you talk about team players.

We didn't say-- Clare wanted to explain, but Jeff wouldn't let her.

Oh wait. I forgot. Jeff was being sarcastic, but not rude. You do have one clear definition. A person can't be a jackass.

They laughed, but in a guilty sort of way.

In his classic best-selling book, The Five Dysfunctions of a Team, Patrick Lencioni laid out a groundbreaking, new approach for attacking the dangerous group behaviors that destroy teamwork. Here, he turns his focus to the individual member of a team, revealing the three indispensable virtues that make some people better team players than others.

Lencioni's latest page-turning fable is the story of a leader desperate to save his company by cracking the code on the virtues that define a true team player. Jeff Shanley takes over his family's locally revered construction firm and realizes that the only way to deliver on the two biggest projects in the company's history is to rapidly build a culture Read More chevron_right

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   Clear and Simple
The ideal team player should be broken down by story telling. This method gives me an outstanding learning method to grasp and implement real life situations involving my team. He is able to make it clear and simple that what makes or doesn't make people good tam players is what he takes difficult and fuzzy. This is an art that few people can do and Patrick Lencioni is a master at it.
   Great read
The title of the book may make you overlook it. After my mentor suggested it, I read it. The ideas are important. An organization is a mess without team work. The book helped me remember that sometimes people just need to move on from an organization and the organization will be better off because of it.
   Patrick does it again! A must read for any team.
The virtues that are essential for teamwork are described in this book. A store created by Lencioni helps define and illustrate how each virtue plays out in the dynamics of team endeavors. It's simple yet powerful. Individual participation and leadership initiatives within any team can be transformed. The platform of mutual trust is essential in working together to achieve a shared purpose.
   Again right on the spot
It is simple, clear and easy. The simplest and shortest route is the best way to do anything. You need a genius to show you the solutions that are right in front of you, but like the books before, I am amazed at how solutions are right in front of us.
   Love, love
Love, love, love this book and author! The hiring process was changed based on the book. When people come in to discuss and promote their resume and I ask them about their volunteer work or what they like to do when they're not at work it's so interesting. I start to get to know the real person behind the potential new team member when I throw them off. Since I implemented this, the last 2 hires have been amazing.
   Basic knowledge
This book is good but not new. He has written a number of books. There are a few things worth remembering.
   Filling in the blanks
Not every team is capable of high performance due to their inherent make up is one of the major flaws addressed by the ideal team player in Patrick Lencioni's most well known book, The 5 Dysfunctions of a Team. The ideal make up of high performance teams is outlined by detailing Hungry, Humble, and Smart. The story was limited just as an application section. The 3 star rating is due to this. The intention is correct but I expected more.
   The concepts are easy. It's applying them that gets difficult.
The message is laid out in a way that makes sense to the people we interact with. The reader can see how the ideas might look to be put into practice with the help of real people in the story. Suggestions are given for the application of these techniques as well as access to online help.
   Timeless principles
The three timeless principles of being a great team player were shared in this book. It is highly recommended.
   I really just want to rate the books I read so Amazon can better suggest books
I don't like that I can't tell Amazon whether or not I liked a book. Why not let people rate a book without a review and then not share it with others, just use it to better tailor recommendations to the reader?