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Making Management Teams Work: Feedback is a Necessity, Not a Luxury Without objective feedback even talented executives can easily end up losing the synergy that can be achieved through effective teamwork. Although we often encourage people to take the initiative, without the touchstone of good feedback this autonomy can pull an organization apart. Prof. Hunt suggests there are several practices that can be used to make management teams work.
Publication: Babson Insight
Tapping into Your Team's Emotional Intelligence You're a smart leader. Your team is pretty smart, too. But how is your "emotional intelligence" as a group? In this book excerpt, the authors of Primal Leadership: Realizing the Power of Emotional Intelligence explain how to lead with your emotions, not just your head.
Publication: Harvard Business School: Working Knowledge
Teams That Span Time Zones Face New Work Rules But as business expands and diversifies, and supply chains routinely span the globe, more and more managers are required to build and run teams whose members rarely work face to face—whether they are prepared or not.
Publication: Stanford Business
The Trouble with Teamwork Only a small minority of companies truly understand and embrace teamwork, even though, according to their Web sites, more than one in three of the Fortune 500 publicly declare it to be a core value.
Publication: Leader to Leader
Work in Progress As mentoring and ethics training evolve, finance learns how to boost team spirit.