High Performance Teams: What It Takes to Make Them Work

Properly functioning and thriving teams can improve creativity and productivity, yet aren’t called upon enough when it comes to improving organizational performance. Teamwork is essential to creating competitive advantage, improving innovation, and achieving goals in the most efficient and effective way possible. All too often, teams are formed to accomplish important tasks, but are not always given the skills or proper training to reach peak performance.

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Managers’ Emotional Intelligence, Their Perceived Use of Directive and Supportive Leader Behaviors, and the Resultant Employee Satisfaction
Managers’ Emotional Intelligence, Their Perceived Use of Directive and Supportive Leader Behaviors, and the Resultant Employee Satisfaction

This study examined the possible relationships between a manager’s emotional intelligence, direct reports’ ...

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Leader Trustworthiness and Employee Work Intentions: A Canonical Correlation Study
Leader Trustworthiness and Employee Work Intentions: A Canonical Correlation Study

Examine the multiple relationships between two forms of trust in one’s leader and five forms of employee wo...