The Ideal Team Player: How to Recognize and Cultivate The Three Essential Virtues
In his classic book, The Five Dysfunctions of a Team, Patrick Lencioni laid out a groundbreaking approach for tackling the perilous group behaviors that destroy teamwork. Here he turns his focus to the individual, revealing the three indispensable virtues of an ideal team player.
In The Ideal Team Player, Lencioni tells the story of Jeff Shanley, a leader desperate to save...more
The Three Virtues of the Ideal Team Player
- Humble: humility is the single greatest and most indispensible attribute of being a team player
- Hungry: hungry people almost never have to be pushed by a manager to work harder because ...more
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کتاب به نسبت کوتاه است و به سبک داستانی نوشته شده. پاتریک لنچیونی به خوبی مخاطب رو در یک سفر کشف ویژگیهای بازیکن تیمی ایدئال همراه میکند. در این کتاب خبری از توصیه های بدون استدلال و یا استدلالهای انتزاعی نیست. با خوندن کتاب به تدریج برای ...more
For any organization to have a successful culture, their important virtues need to be clearly defined and of upmost importance in the hiring process and in the refining process of their current employees. Lencioni argues that hungry, humble and smart are the three keys for building a successful tea ...more
With all the information available today and teams, most likely everyone has an idea of what the ideal team player may look like characteristically. And most likely if you were to take a survey of opinions you could possibly collect a list of 20 or more said qualities.
However our culture works against us in this area. So the gap between team members that embody the values of an ideal team player as opposed to those who do not is increasing. We have a cultu ...more
5 stars to the leadership insight. Distilling down to three, the qualities you need your people to develop: Hungry, Humble, and (the woefully mistitled last one) Smart (by which he does not mean intel ...more
The book proposes a model of three virtues for an ideal team player. The structure of the book is a "fable", followed by an explanation of the model with constant reference to the fable. (sidenote: it is no surprise at the end, the author talks about how Jesus is the ultimate picture of humility. Indeed, this structure re ...more
When Lencioni is not writing, he consults to ...more