The 17 Indisputable Laws of Teamwork: Embrace Them and Empower Your Team

The 17 Indisputable Laws of Teamwork: Embrace Them and Empower Your Team

Building and maintaining a successful team is no simpletask. Even people who have taken their teams to the highest level in theirfield have difficulty recreating what accounted for their successes. Is it astrong work ethic? Is it “chemistry”? What tools can you wrap your hands aroundto build–or rebuild–your team?

In The 17 Indisputable Laws of Teamwork, leadership expertand New York Times bestselling author John C. Maxwell shares the vitalprinciples of team building that are necessary for success in your business,family, church, or organization. In his practical, down-to-earth style, Dr.Maxwell shows how:  The Law of HighMorale inspired a 50 year-old man who couldn’t even swim to train for thetoughest triathlon in the world.  The Lawof the Big Picture prompted a former U.S. president to travel crosscountry bybus, sleep in a basement, and do manual labor. Playing by The Law of theScoreboard enabled one Web-based company to keep growing and making money whilethousands of other Internet businesses failed. Ignoring The Law of the PriceTag caused one of the world’s largest retailers to close its doors after 128years in business. The 17 Indisputable Laws of Teamwork will empoweryou–whether coach or player, teacher or student, CEO or non-profitvolunteer–with the “how-tos” and attitudes for building a successful team.

John C. Maxwell, known as America's expert on leadership, isa best-selling author and the founder of INJOY Stewardship Services, EQUIP, andMaximum Impact, dedicated to helping people reach their leadership potential.For more information, visit www.MaximumImpact.com.

Title:The 17 Indisputable Laws of Teamwork: Embrace Them and Empower Your Team
Edition Language:English
ISBN:9780785274346
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    The 17 Indisputable Laws of Teamwork: Embrace Them and Empower Your Team Reviews

  • Mat Rueter

    One thing I learned is the following:The Wrong Person in the Wrong Place = RegressionThe Wrong Person in the Right Place = FrustrationThe Right Person in the Wrong Place = ConfusionThe Right Person in...

  • Todd Sherman

    I am about 1/2 way through it and thus far it is feeling very light. It is full of examples of other teams but missing meaningful concrete exercises to become a better team member. That is, the book c...

  • Daryl

    There is no greater fan of John Maxwell than John Maxwell. He loves to highlight his own successes ad nauseum.His "laws" are highly and easily debatable. I read this as part of reading group at work. ...

  • Christopher

    *Updated review 1/10/2020*This book has some great insights, but there’s a lot repeated from John’s book on leadership – which is a much stronger book (much of what this book covers is leadershi...

  • Belal Khan

    is read this immediately after the laws of leadership. some of the content repeats from the previous book, but stuff is a must read if you're looking to build teams and multiply your influence....

  • Inez

    Could be summarised on an A4 sheet of paper.Too many friggin sport stories, which were as dull as dishwater. ...

  • Andreea Ratiu

    My issue with Maxwell in general is that all his books are based on common sense. Yes, it all makes sense while you read them (waaay too many stories to support his points), but... where are the numbe...

  • Bernard Bentley

    This book is a literal road map to just about anything you want to accomplish in life. From raising a family to Counseling and even building a business. John Maxwell what does a great job detailing th...

  • Reeds

    1. Law of significance - nothing done alone, Insisting on doing things alone creates barriers to your own potential. Example: Mia Hamm who acknowledged her team on the field but also the team off the ...

  • Nguy?n Tha?i

    Provide useful tips for teamwork...