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Creating, Coaching and Managing High-Powered Work Teams by Merida Johns

Creating, Coaching and Managing High-Powered Work Teams


Creating, Coaching and Managing High-Powered Work Teams by Merida Johns

Are your organization work teams challenged by non-productive meetings, poor organization, internal conflict, inadequate communication, missed deadlines, and underutilization of skills? If so, Creating, Coaching and Managing High-Powered Work Teams will help your organization correct these problems, showing your team members how to manage and take ownership of their teams. Based on over two decades of experience in leading collaborative work teams and training professionals how to create, coach, and manage high-powered teams, Dr. Johns has created an easy-to-use and practical, step-by-step guide for leading your organizational teams to success.

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Publication date

17th September 2007


Merida Johns

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144 pages


Management: leadership & motivation



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