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Good Team, Bad Team: Lead Your People to Go After Big Challenges, Not Each Other

  • Length: 232 pages
  • Edition: 1
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  • Publication Date: 2024-07-15
  • ISBN-10: 1774584212
  • ISBN-13: 9781774584217

Know yourself, know your team, solve your challenge.

You want to lead a good team―a team that gets results, a team you look forward to working with every day.

But many leaders are surprised to find themselves bogged down by people problems. They can’t get people to row in the same direction―or row at all. They have a nagging sense that the team isn’t reaching its full potential.

This book is a primer for busy leaders who want actionable ways to build a better team with the people they have. Sarah Thurber and Blair Miller combine their decades of team-building experience with research from the fields of cognitive diversity and creative problem solving to help people lead teams that collaborate, innovate, and get results.

Their advice? If you want to lead a good team, don’t follow your instincts. Follow the science.

Built on research from their popular FourSight® system―used by Nike, NASA, and Navy SEALs―Good Team, Bad Team examines over 6 million data points on why people solve the same problem so differently. The data reveals unconscious problem-solving patterns which, left unmanaged, can cause conflict and stall progress. Once understood, they can help diverse thinkers achieve extraordinary results.

Good Team, Bad Team is the must-read leadership toolkit for leaders who want their people to take on big challenges―together.

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