Laura Goldsberry
Laura Goldsberry
Marketing Manager, Wiley

Ideal team players possess a harmonious blend of humility, hunger, and people smarts. But, when it comes to human nature, there are often blurred lines and disproportionate areas of strength and weakness. Learn to develop these virtues in your employees (or yourself) with these additional resources from Patrick Lencioni’s latest book, The Ideal Team Player. This deck explores the topic of humility, in particular, how to develop colleagues who do not value status or ego and define success collectively. And don’t forget our two previous posts in this series on the topics of developing hunger and people smarts listed in the related posts below.

 

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Learn more about helping your employees develop the core virtues of an ideal team player, adapted from The Ideal Team Player: How to Recognize and Cultivate the Three Essential Virtues.