Creating Intelligent Teams is a different way to initiate, manage and lead effective and positive change in teams and organisations. For any organisation looking to nurture and develop talent from amongst its own employees, the book offers an accessible, yet highly informative, information resource on:
• how to recognise the influences on, and dynamics of, individuals and teams
• how to enhance team performance
• how effective leaders can boost productivity and build intelligent teams
• how to access and release the potential in teams
• how to navigate change successfully
• how to lead diversity and create culturally intelligent teams.
The target audience
Creating Intelligent Teams is aimed at executives, consultants, HR and Organisational Development (OD) specialists, professional coaches and mentors – at all levels of experience, training and background – who are responsible for implementing the strategies relating to leadership, team-building, talent development, management and retention. Creating Intelligent Teams has considerable appeal both for professionals in business and management and those in the fields of consultancy and coaching.
To build a world-class team you need more than handpicked individuals with high emotional intelligence – you need a team with a high RSI. On our journey to success, our team benefitted substantially from integrating the Intelligent Team approach.
─Rudolf Pienaar, Divisional Director, Growthpoint Management Services (Pty) Ltd
Relationship Systems Intelligence enables the team to quickly reach the core of the matter. It starts processes that enable the team members to have constructive collaborations and interactions with concrete and tangible results. The approach shows that everyone is part of the solution, which creates commitment to and ownership of the processes and the results. This practical book shows you how to build an intelligent team.
─ Christina Hummert, Country Manager: Volkswagen Financial Services, Sweden
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