Chapter 24
Assembling a Winning Team
In This Chapter
• Work with the best or suffer like the rest
• When teams gel
• Negotiation comes in handy
• Conflict is inevitable
Assembling a winning team means being able to lead your team through the rigors of challenging projects. It’s more than scheduling meetings, speaking to your team members, and broadcasting e-mail messages. It calls for an interpersonal connection with each member of the team.
Veteran team leaders understand, however, that their overall ability to get things done is largely dependent on the quality level of the individuals added to the team. You want to start with good people—there’s no substitute for this!
This chapter will talk about how each team is a unique entity in the universe, ...

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