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Zac Timm's Your Guide to an Amazing Team in 11 (not always easy, but very essential) Steps is about how to win as a team, a guide that offers proven strategies to bring great results in any kind of enterprise where teamwork is involved, whether in sports, business, or community life. In this guide, the author demystifies the traditional models for the chain of command and shows how organizations, teams, and companies can maximize individual input and create a winning formula. The 11 best practices and values of teamwork that are outlined and brilliantly covered constitute a handbook, some sort of vade-me-cum for leaders who want to transform their team, empower each team player, and foster a spirit of leadership and responsibility in the team.
As one reads through this slim, yet compelling guide, one learns the undeniable fact that no one wins alone. Yes, success is the work of a team, composed of each individual giving their best and collaborating with others in a movement that pulls everyone upward. This could sound very simplistic, but a careful read of Your Guide to an Amazing Team in 11 (not always easy, but very essential) Steps will give readers the insights and the wisdom to create a winning formula that fits perfectly with the team’s vision, spirit, and goals. Zac Timm writes succinctly on a variety of themes, including accountability and responsibility, effective communication, open-door policy, the eagerness to grow personally and as a team, and a lot more. This is a book that is structured to read like an article, best for readers who want a quick, refreshing read, but it is packed with enlightening ideas and professional advice that can produce great results for any team.