Book by Morris, Steve, Knasel, Eddy, Willcocks, Graham. Steve Morris is a partner at Burton Morris - a communications and brand consultancy.
Book by Morris, Steve, Knasel, Eddy, Willcocks, Graham. About the Author: Steve Morris is a partner at Burton Morris - a communications and brand consultancy. His articles on management have been widely published. Graham Willcocks has a wide experience as a senior manager in the public and private sectors. He works with a range of organisations and individuals on management development, and writes extensively on management as a practical and common sense activity. Eddy Knasel is an occupational psychologist and a partner in the education and training consultancy, Learners First.
Steve Morris (Author), Graham Willcocks (Author), Eddy Knasel (Author) & 0 more. One of Prentice Hall's Institute of Management series of Smarter Solutions books, How to Lead a Winning Team promises to give you all the skills you need to lead and empower a high performance team. The Smarter Solutions series was designed as a one-stop shop for business people wanting to get ahead in their careers, covering the key areas in management skills and personal development. Each book successfully applies the same formula to its subject, combining well-presented ideas and information with examples, case studies, fast-track tips and checklists.
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Graham Willcocks, Steve Morris. How to Lead a Winning Team by. Steve Morris, Graham Willcocks.
Steve Morris, Eddy Knasel, Gra. by Steve Morris, Eddy Knasel, Graham Willcocks. Published January 12, 1995 by Pearson Professional Education. How to Lead a Winning Team Close. Are you sure you want to remove How to Lead a Winning Team from your list? How to Lead a Winning Team. There's no description for this book yet.
Author Info 13 References. Updated: January 8, 2020. Leading a team to success can be a challenge for anyone, regardless of whether or not you've had previous leadership experience before. Explore this Article Addressing the Entire Team Motivating Team Members Leading by Example Ask a Question Related Articles. You need to address the team as a whole while also addressing each individual within the team. Moreover, you need to build confidence by leading the team through your own example.
The Leading Question. 28. A. Lashinsky, Apple: The Genius Behind Steve, Fortune, Nov. How can leaders recognize and manage their psychological preferences? Findings. Most successful executives have had to work hard on themselves. Leaders need to recognize their outlier tendencies and learn how others perceive those tendencies. The Making of the Big Five . 24, 2008, 70-80. McCrae, The NEO Personality Inventory Manual (Odessa, Florida: Psychological Assessment Resources, 1985).
Becoming a team leader requires you to look your company and business in a different way. Looking at how your projects and team fit into the wider business, as well as your customer’s requirements and budgets means that developing your business skills is vital to getting a promotion. If you haven’t started already, start looking at basic business finance skills, and how your role fits in with this – from a developer to team leader through to the CEO. The higher up you go in the career ladder, the less it becomes about the day to day project tasks and more about whether it is profitable.