Glenn L. Hallam is a research scientist at CCL in Colorado Springs. He has looked closely at these beliefs and has found some surprising answers.
Table of contents
- Cover Page
Seven Common Beliefs About Teams: Are They True?
- Teams of women are more collaborative than teams of men.
- Leaders are more critical of their teams than are members.
- As they work together, team members develop “one mind” about what is going well or poorly on the team.
- Teams are often out of touch with how their performance is viewed by their customers and key outside observers.
- Leaders in the United States are having difficulty making the transition to leading teams.
- Men make better team leaders than women.
- People dislike working on teams.
- Final Comments and Predictions
- Title: Leadership in Action: Seven Common Beliefs About Teams: Are They True?
- Release date: January 1997
- Publisher(s): Center for Creative Leadership
- ISBN: 9781604915136
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