In terms of leading change, this is my favorite book. Each chapter is short and a quick read. However, it is packed with excellent stories and great points. The author consults in change management internationally and has a wealth of experience to draw upon. This was another book that my leadership team and I read […]
This book makes some very good points about change. The analogies are very good, like water flowing down a river flows around rocks that are obstacles in the path. I often quote the statistics pertaining to the percentage of people who are proactive and change friendly.
This book is an excellent source of information about teams and team life. I liked the information about tools teams need to be productive. Each tool is explained with information about how to implement that tool in your team. The book covers so much. It’s one of my favorite all around books on teams.
This is the best resource I found on teams in general. It has so much information about teams and is well supported. The case studies add a lot and help the reader understand how to develop teams.
John Maxwell identifies 17 laws about teamwork. Some of them are ones that you might not have thought about before. I liked the Law of the Niche, which says that team members have different skills and abilities. As a result, getting team members in the right place is important in developing a high performing team.