How to Launch a Team: Start Right for Success

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Congratulations—you've built a dream team. But can you get it started on the right path?

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Author Kim Kanaga and Sonya Prestridge
ISBN 978-1-882197-71-2
Publisher CCL Press
Guidebooks Ideas Into Action Guidebook

Getting your team off on the right foot is critical to its success. To launch a team so that it increases its chance of success, managers and team leaders should pay attention to four critical points: setting purpose and direction, defining roles and responsibilities, designing procedures and practices, and building cooperation and relationships. Understanding and implementing these elements is key to helping your team accomplish its mission.

Table of Contents

How to Launch a Team: Start Right for Success, CCL Press, 2002
The Right Start Is Critical to Success 7
Launching a Successful Team
Setting Purpose and Direction
Defining Roles and Responsibilities
Designing Procedures and Practices
Building Cooperation and Relationships
8
Countdown to Team Success 27
Suggested Readings 28
Background 29
Key Point Summary 30

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