This article helps you get started in identifying your team’s needs, building a team culture, working toward a common goal, developing strong team skills, connecting with a virtual team, and using team building exercises. https://www.mindtools.com/community/pages/article/newTMM_52.php?route=pages/article/newTMM_52.php
Over the years, Pat Leoncini has come up with plenty of useful models that help facilitate teamwork, including The Five Dysfunctions of a Team, the Ideal Team Player, and The Six Types of Working Genius. We recently figured out how all of these models fit together. In this podcast, Pat, Cody and Tracy explain the new framework for building a successful team. https://www.tablegroup.com/hub/post/75-the-new-teamwork-trifecta/
A “People and Projects Podcast” that hosts Dr. Richard Hackman as he discusses his work on leading teams. Dr. Hackman is the author of Leading Teams: Setting the Stage for Great Performances. https://peopleandprojectspodcast.com/index.php/en/podcast-episodes/87-leading-teams-with-harvard-professor-dr-j-richard-hackman.html
Is a team you manage keeping you up at night? In this episode of HBR’s advice podcast, Dear HBR:, cohosts Alison Beard and Dan McGinn answer your questions with the help of Melanie Parish, a leadership coach and the author of The Experimental Leader: Be a New Kind of Boss to Cultivate an Organization of Innovators. They talk through what to do when you lead a rogue team that doesn’t follow company processes, your growing team of managers is clamoring to weigh in on key decisions, or you want to improve the morale of a frustrated team. https://hbr.org/podcast/2020/06/tough-teams
Do you have a hard time managing team dynamics? Dan and Alison answer your questions with the help of Facebook executive Julie Zhuo. They talk through what to do when your subordinate is bossing around others on the team, a star performer you’ve hired threatens your status, or you want to help an underperforming team member. https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/leading-small-teams/id1339952977?i=1000437081704
This assessment draws on the seminal research of the organizational behavior expert J. Richard Hackman. You can find more of his insights in Leading Teams: Setting the Stage for Great Performance (Harvard Business School Publishing, 2002.) See also the article source of the assessment by Martine Haas and Mark Mortensen, “The Secrets of Great Teamwork”, Harvard Business Review, June, 2016, also reprinted in June 2019.