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9 Powerful Practices of Really Great Teams

Stephen Kohn, Vincent O'Connell

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Increasingly, organizations count on project teams to develop products and deliver services to their customers. Consequently, effective teamwork and team leadership are integral components of an organization's success. In 9 Powerful Practices of Really Great Teams, Stephen E. Kohn and Vincent D. O'Connell define the essence of superior performance by project teams at work, and identify nine attributes of team membership and team leadership that set the stage for accomplishment of group objectives. Kohn and O'Connell bring these proven strategies to life with real-world examples drawn from decades of experience.


Praise For 9 Powerful Practices of Really Great Teams

"I follow the 9 Powerful Practices of Really Great Teams model not simply because it works so well, but also because it is so sensible, so easily understood by team members, and so implementable. The book is impressive in how applicable it is to real situations, in real organizations, involving real team-building issues. I return to it often to get grounded once again in the core principles of teamwork that Kohn and O'Connell advocate."
--Dr. Laila El Sayed, project engineer, Dupont iTechnologies


— Reviews

Career Press, 9781601632647, 224pp.

Publication Date: March 25, 2013



About the Author


Stephen Kohn is president of Work & People Solutions, a prominent human resources management, leadership development, and executive coaching firm. He is one of the most senior and experienced executive coaches in the country, having advised senior managers on their leadership style for more than two decades. His firm' s clients have included The Guardian Life Insurance Company, BMW USA, and Ernst & Young. Kohn is an adjunct professor of management at Long Island University, teaching MBA courses focused on work, people, and productivity. He lives in Briarcliff Manor, NY.



Vincent D. O'Connell is Asia regional director for international training and performance management consultants Globecon Institute. He creates and delivers customized curricula for corporate clients in Asia and the United States, particularly in the areas of emotionally intelligent leadership practices, performance management, key account management, and team building. O'Connell splits his time between McLean, Virginia, and Bangkok, Thailand.