Leading Teams: Find the Right Balance Between Hands-on and Hands-off
“My team did this.”
“My team accomplished that.”
Today, the team perspective is dominant. Not too long ago, the point of reference was usually the organization–”We at GE,” or “We at Monsanto.” Today teams instead have become the social, economic, and psychological fulcrum of organizational life. Therefore, at all levels of the company–from the “c”-suite to the shop floor–how leaders engage a team is essential to success.
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