Is your team not performing to the level you’d like? Have you gone all out to hire the best people, but the results aren’t what you expected? Are projects held up because key personalities aren’t focused on what really needs done? Does your team’s motivation level fall short of what you want to see? Are you struggling to find ways to inspire them?
If you’ve been asking yourself these questions, this book is for you.
You can spend a fortune on expensive management courses that will just put a new shine on outdated 1980s training manuals. You’ll learn lots of new buzz words – but you won’t learn how to bring your people together into a dynamic, motivated team. There’s more to a team than a group who sit in the same room and know the same slogans, but you won’t learn about it on most so-called training courses. The good news is you don’t need to.
Leading team builder Diana Tapp has the answers
Diana Tapp is The Most Respected High-Performance Team Consultant For Tech CEOs. With 15 years’ experience of building motivated, high-achieving teams she’s one of the leading authorities on the subject. She’s the founder and CEO of World Class Teams, a company dedicated to partnering with business leaders and elevating their performance to the next level. Through her career Diana has worked with global names including Apple, Cathay Pacific, DHL and others, helping them build market share and increase profits.
“There are real business benefits to building a World Class team”
Now Diana has shared the secrets of her team-growing success in her book Unleash Your Team’s Potential. In this ground-breaking volume she reveals the techniques that turn a collection of individuals into a creative powerhouse, unlocking everyone’s full talent and focusing it on your business goals. Unleash Your Team’s Potential tells you how to weld your team together and inspire them to achieve. You’ll learn:
Unleash Your Team’s Potential gives you the power to create the team you’ve always wanted with the people you already have. No entrepreneur can afford to miss Diana Tapp’s management masterpiece.