The Loyalist Team

The Loyalist Team

How Trust, Candor, and Authenticity Create Great Organizations

Great teams are built and maintained with great intention, though they can make it look deceptively easy. Too many teams engage in dysfunctional behaviors or fall into territorialism, apathy, and unproductive relationships. The result? An overwhelmed, unengaged, and stressed-out workforce that settles for average or poor performance.

Here, four authors with a combined century of management experience show readers how every team can be extraordinary. The authors introduce their field-tested Loyalist Team 3D assessment that allows anyone to get to the heart of why teams break down, identify the weaknesses in their own team, and build a Loyalist Team. This kind of team has members who ensure each other’s success as they work to ensure their own, operate with absolute candor, and value loyalty and authenticity to deliver results, create a healthy work environment, and help companies succeed. The Loyalist Team is a must-read for anyone who wants their team to achieve extraordinary results.
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Genre: Nonfiction / Business & Economics / Workplace Culture

On Sale: September 12th 2017

Price: $17.99

Page Count: 240

ISBN-13: 9781610397568

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Praise

"The Loyalist Team, provides a pragmatic approach to understanding how your team works and how you can help it work better. The authors draw from their vast expertise with thousands of teams to tell engaging, real-life stories about how teams of all types and sizes function and provide proven insights about how to achieve extraordinary results."—Judith E. Glaser, bestselling author of Conversational Intelligence and CEO of Benchmark Communications, Inc.
"An honest, straightforward analysis of how to identify and celebrate not only what makes companies successful, it also tells us how and why we can experience failure. After reading this book, you'll know exactly how to build a winning team, a happy team, and above all how to create genuine and lasting loyalty."—Nina Tassler, advisor, former chairman of CBS Entertainment, and author of What I Told My Daughter
"The Loyalist Team brings to life the essence of team identity and culture, and how analytics and evaluative tools can drive self-awareness and future team success. An excellent guide for CEO's, talent management executives, and anyone looking to understand and improve team performance."—Barbara Krumsiek, senior industry fellow at Georgetown University Women's Leadership Institute, McDonough School of Business, and former CEO of Calvert Investments
"With the Loyalist Team Model, I am really clear what is required of me as a leader and as importantly what is required of the team to build a really successful loyalist organization. I know I can never take the human dynamics on a team for granted."—Mike Goodwin, SVP and Chief Information Officer, PetSmart
"Trispective has become much more than an external resource, they have become integral "adjunct" members of our team. An extension of ourselves. Partners we trust that are fully integrated into the organization. This full integration has ensured alignment on approach, values, language, and desired outcomes. Most importantly their work has made a lasting and positive difference at Vail Resorts."—Mark Gasta, Former Executive Vice President and Chief People Officer, Vail Resorts Management Company
"Right now, this team, my team is the best team I have ever led. We're not perfect but we are working really hard with the support of Trispective to become a Loyalist Team. I know that we are making progress because of the reactions I see when we are under stress. In recent months, as a business, we've faced some really tough challenges. As we address those challenges it will create significant opportunities for us. We're charting new territory for this team. The stakes are high and we have to move quickly. The team has come to me and said, 'We've got your back. Let's move forward. We can do this.' It feels great and we are being successful."—Enrique Escalante, CEO Grupo Cementos de Chihuahua