We’re writing a book! We have the structure and contents – we just need some real-life stories to support each of the chapters to bring the book to life.
And that’s where you come in . . . we’d love you to be part of what we’re doing.
About the book
Title: Finding your TeamX™ - Why leave teamwork to chance when there is a proven process?
If only there was a way to take all the best bits of how we work together as a team and make it sustainable all the time – wouldn’t that be great? Read on…
You’ve just stepped up to lead a team. You’re going to be unstoppable together. You dream of great collaboration, of team members not hesitating to help each other. Your team members can’t imagine working anywhere else. Together you’re a leading light in your organisation.
So where do you start?
When we learn about business we are taught about organisational structure, finance, go-to-market strategy, and sales, but we are not taught the process of building a strong team.
Should it just be down to luck?
We don’t think so. We think this should be taught, which is why we’ve created this book about building great team experience (we call it TeamX™). We want you to know what we wish we’d known 20 years ago.
Discover a pragmatic operating system that can help any team work more effectively together.
When we enjoy what we do and feel supported, both the people and the business benefit. After all, you are the best asset your business has!
If you think you have a story that fits with any of the titles below, good, bad, or ugly, we would love to hear from you!
Part 1 – Purpose
Chapter 1: Find your purpose beyond the numbers
Chapter 2: Take off your functional hat - The importance of having a joint purpose
Chapter 3: Point to your North Star
Part 2 – Trust
Chapter 4: Understand your team dynamics
Chapter 5: Gain psychological safety
Chapter 6: Hire based on values
Part 3 – Clarity
Chapter 7: Build guard rails
Chapter 8: Gain alignment
Chapter 9: Enable accountability
Part 4 – Simplicity
Chapter 10: Order your priorities
Chapter 11: Agree what you are stopping
Chapter 12: Build simplicity as a habit
Here’s a link to the Steve Jobs eBook that Vic referenced:
Make Something Wonderful | a book from the Steve Jobs Archive
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