Books on Teams



KGI® Manual
KGI® Manual

The KGI® Manual provides a detailed and comprehensive guide to the development, validation, use, and interpretation of the Klein Group Instrument® for Effective Leadership and Participation in Teams. The manual provides a brief overview of group dynamics and research underlying the development of the instrument, along with reliability and validity results.



Looking at Type® in the Workplace
Looking at Type® in the Workplace

A fundamental introduction to how an individual's psychological type affects daily interactions at work and can influence everyday workplace activities such as responding to conflict, work style, being part of a team, making decisions, dealing with change, and communication.



Out of the Box
Out of the Box

Veteran trainers Charles Martin and Tom Golatz have assembled a collection of inventive and adaptable ready-to-go exercises designed to improve team performance and productivity. Intended for the intermediate to advanced type user, Out of the Box presents dozens of exercises that focus on the actual dynamics of existing teams, examines a team's current tasks and issues, and uses type to help team members understand what is happening and then move beyond insight into action.



The Five Dysfunctions of a Team
The Five Dysfunctions of a Team

The best-selling author of Five Temptations of a CEO and The Four Obsessions of an Extraordinary Executive offers another compelling leadership fable with a deceptively simple yet powerful message for those who strive to be exceptional team leaders. In a style that is readable and relevant, Lencioni outlines a practical model and actionable steps that can be used to overcome common problems and build cohesive, effective teams.



Tools for Team Excellence
Tools for Team Excellence

Crafted specifically for use by team members, this book provides comprehensive information on building, assessing, and improving team performance. It takes you beyond the philosophical approaches or fads outlined in most current management literature and describes seven key components for creating effective teams: specific targets, appropriate talent, roles and responsibilities, efficient procedures, constructive interpersonal relations, active reinforcement, and diplomatic ties with other parts of the organization.



Working with Teams Package
Working with Teams Package

Jumpstart your team workshops with this useful package of CAPT handouts, exercises, and ready-to-go programs designed to improve team performance. This package gives you a comprehensive set of practical tools to take any group through the process of using type as a way to improve their effectiveness as a team.