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Overcoming the Five Dysfunctions of a Team: A Field Guide for Leaders, Managers, and Facilitators (J-B Lencioni Series) Kindle Edition
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The ONLY reason I did not give this a 5th star is because I would have preferred just a little more substance. Not that I wanted to read a 400 page volume on the subjects addressed, it seemed however, as if the content was forced to fill the space it did. This could have been an 80 page book easily. Additionally, some of the guidance offered seems a bit obscure in places and points to further study elsewhere which I would have preferred in the book itself. Furthermore, the couple of external links I clicked on for further research led to the home pages of cites listed rather than the direct page/resource I was looking for.