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A Team of Leaders by Stewart Liff, Paul Gustavson

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Creating Advantage Through the Five-Stage Team Development Model

 

Key principle: Leadership always exists in a team; however, everyone becomes a leader once a team achieves Stage Five of the Five-Stage Team Development Model.

THINK OF YOUR CURRENT team or work unit. Is it self-managing? How involved and committed are your team members? How well do you all work together? How many people act as leaders? How much knowledge is shared? Most important, how well is your team/unit performing? If you are using a traditional supervisor–employee model, we strongly suspect that your answers to most, if not all, of these questions will be lukewarm at best. ...

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