Learning Team Skills

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  • Edition: 2nd
  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 2/12/2010
  • Publisher: Pearson

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This concise book is designed to teach the reader about the traits and skills which make up a successful team and how to effectively contribute to overall team success as an individual member. Chapters progress from the origins of team development through membership, processes, interpersonal relationships, conflict resolution, leadership issues, and goal achievement. For those in corporate training environments.

Author Biography

Arthur H. Bell is Executive Director of MBA Programs and Professor of Management Communication in the School of Business and Professional Studies at the University of San Francisco.  He holds his Ph.D. from Harvard University and is the author of 51 books on management, communication, language, and literature topics.  Art is an avid cyclist and a jazz pianist in his spare time.  Together, books by Bell and Smith have been translated into 16 languages.


Dayle M. Smith is Director of the Honors Program and Professor of Management in the school of Business and Professional Studies at the University of San Francisco.  She has written 12 books on a variety of management topics, ranging from employee motivation to the challenges for women in the workplace to leadership development.  Dayle is a club tennis player and an active community leader.


We encourage you to visit this Blog at www.learningteamskills2epearson.blogspot.com.  The authors will be answering student and faculty questions here as well as adding interesting articles and other pieces on team skills.

Table of Contents

Why Teams?
Assessing Your Team Experiences and Insights
Building a Balanced Team
Becoming a Team Member and Leader
Observing Team Leadership, Skills at Work
Observing Team Leadership Skills at Work
Understanding and Resolving Team Problems
Motivating Team Members and Leaders
Completing Collaborative Projects through Teamwork
Developing Intercultural Teams
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