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Taking Your Team to the Top: How to Build and Manage Great Teams like the Pros Hardcover – June 4, 2013
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About the Author
CARL M.T. "TED" SUNDQUIST II is a former football player, collegiate coach, Air Force Intelligence Officer, pro football scout, and NFL Club Executive and General Manager. A renowned leadership expert, he is currently a blogger, television analyst, radio personality, and commentator.
JUSTIN SPIZMAN is the bestselling author of numerous books, including The Business of Being the Best and Don't Give Up ... Don't Ever Give Up.
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Top Customer Reviews
His insights are invaluable. I love his quote: "When excellence is no longer goal but an established standard, success will become its exact reflection" (p. 208). This is not a book that discusses failures and how to avoid it. Ted Sundquist looks at it from a different angle. This quote captures the essence of his team building philosophy: "As a leader, part of your job is to handle success throughout your company to prevent complacency and negative issues. First you reach success, than you manage it. Just like adversity, success should be expected and planned for ahead of time" (p. 217).
This book is definitely a "must read." So...whatcha waiting for?
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This book has some unique perspective and good advice.
It is well put together and leads from beginning to end for success.
The book isn't groundbreaking, but it's a pretty decent read. At least it doesn't use silly board meeting terms, it actually seems pretty laid back and conversational. Read morePublished 16 months ago by Enzar17
This was a great book for my situation and career goals. It does an excellent job of leading the reader in the correct path to build the best team possible. Read morePublished 22 months ago by Travis