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I Highly recommend both books if you are a team leader, department manager or executive.
With a book that claims clarity is three of the four main ways to create a healthy organization, Lencioni put the pressure on himself to be clear--but succeeded!
Lencioni's writing style makes for an easy read, and this book strikes a good balance between theory and example.
Best book I ever read with practical models to implement right away. It makes good to great model easy to implement. All leaders it's a must book to read.Published 13 minutes ago by Mr. MA GOMBA
One of my "Top Five" favorite books in the Management / Leadership category.Published 9 days ago by Champion
Excellent book for any organization. Went through it with my church council. My husband is an exec at a huge company and I have encouraged him to go through it with his group. Read morePublished 9 days ago by Alison
If you are shaping or leading an organization, you will find this book incredibly insightful and helpful. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Andrew Salsky
I like how Patrick puts the various components of his organizational health wisdom into one book. A must read for consultants.Published 1 month ago by Danel McNaughton
.The chapters are well organized to build up points that the author wanted to convey to help build great leaders. It reads almost like a cookbook that we can just follow.Published 1 month ago by whadausay
A must read for organizations who seek efficiency beyond the tangiblePublished 1 month ago by Jeffalex2
One of the most refreshing "business" books I've read in a long time: clear concepts, real-world examples, and a touch of humor.Published 1 month ago by John
one of the best books a business owner could buy and use as a baseline in developing his or her culture, core values and on boarding hiring practice. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Ed Stillman Austin Texas