Most people have to work with others. But collaboration can be difficult - people have different ideas and approaches. Fisher and Sharp have written a guide to getting results when you have to do things with others - no matter what the task is. They spell out the detailed strategies necessary to work effectively and productively in a team, from the early stages of a project and the building of a common purpose, through the unavoidable conflicts of m ultiple views and work styles, describing step-by-step how to build up a portfolio of leadership skills you need if you want to get the best out of others - at any level.
Business-Money, Organizational-Behavior, Workplace,