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New Team Leader Workbook

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A self-study guide and workbook for new teams and newly appointed leaders.

A self-study guide and workbook for new teams and newly appointed leaders.

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  • 1. New Team Leader Workbook A Self-Study Guide for New Teams and Newly Appointed Leaders Adapted by Mitchell W. Manning Sr. from the work of the BurroughsWellcome and Glaxo Integration team 1995 - 1997.
  • 2. Principles New Team Start Up Me Team Process People Survey Organisation Skills Business Unit Goals
  • 3. Implications
    • While conducting new team start up and new manager assimilation requires an investment of time and energy by the leader and team members, the returns are
      • Increased group effectiveness
      • Reduced anxiety and uncertainty
      • Greater likelihood of successful group interaction
      • Increased speed in achieving business targets
      • Greater commitment to team and team objectives
  • 4. Actions
  • 5. New Leader’s Questionnaire
  • 6. New Leader’s Questionnaire
  • 7. Pre-work for Team Members
  • 8. Pre-work for team members
  • 9. Agenda: Team and New Leader
  • 10. Agenda: Team and New Leader
  • 11. Mitchell W. Manning Sr.
    • Mitch has chartered, trained and managed more than 250 employee teams accountable for more than 2000 completed projects and responsible for more than $100,000,000 earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation and amortization (EBITDA).
    • Links to Mitch are:
    • Mitchell W. Manning Sr. on LinkedIn
    • Mitchell W. Manning Sr. at MindRead .net

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