Team Up!, An Amazon Best-Selling Book Free For One More Day
Frode Svensen and Lori Shook bring you their first book called, “Team Up!: Applying Lessons from Neuroscience to Improve Collaboration, Innovation and Results”. This book is about how to create more collaborative teams. Frode and Lori have applied lessons from neuroscience to typical leadership and team challenges. These lessons show us that our natural drive for survival is part of the problem.
They follow a fictitious – yet very real - management team as they learn and grow through a culture change programme. A leadership training programme provides the team with brain-based self-awareness and self-management skills. Team members are then supported as they implement new skills and behaviours together. They learn how to manage their emotional reactions, they begin to view themselves as a collective and consciously create a more collaborative team culture.
The authors give us just enough theory to understand what is going on in the team and their individual brains without creating a neuroscience textbook. We get to know the team and some very common challenges. The presented solution is no quick fix. Instead, we get an integrated approach to change that we can apply in any organization.
The messages from the authors are clear: train leaders in their teams and support them as they implement their new skills together. Base your programmes on available science.
Frode and Lori’s “Team Up!” is now FREE for download on Amazon for 1 more day (9/19/2014) at: http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00N19Q7HW. Leadership Safari is rated a 5.0 by those who have purchased the book. Here’s what some of the reviewers have said:
“Though not academically intended or formatted, this book presents a clear model that integrates several knowlege domains. Its approach to organizational work includes process psychology, neuroscience, system thinking, coaching, OD and probably others. The model clarity and the practical case study remind me of the quote attributed to Einstein “Everything should be made as simple as possible , but not simpler” . As a professional in the field it gave me a good sense of how it all works together. Very recommended.” – Abi Shilon.
“This approach to applying both systems thinking and neuroscience insights to changing corporate culture opens a doorway into probability. Many of us...managers and practitioners alike...have found ourselves caught in the dance of one step forward, two back. Svensen and Shook offer us a pragmatic look into the balance of team and individual development, the perseverance and the leadership commitment required to achieve measurable results. The hidden gem here for me was the clear articulation of learning theory from concept and experiential grounding, through practical application and integration into authentic wisdom. TEAM UP! Is an EASY read with a powerful IMPACT.” – E.Jaynes
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About The Author: Frode Svensen has been developing people his entire career. He worked almost 15 years in international corporations as a manager and then ten years as a management consultant. Throughout these years, he developed new leaders by creating challenging environments where they could grow and fulfil their potential.
For the last ten years, Frode has supported large successful organisations through training and coaching. He has worked with leaders and teams from Europe, US and Asia. His focus is to help them implement people skills relevant for their culture and relevant for the challenges of corporations in the 21st century.
Lori Shook has been training leaders and coaches around the world for the past 15 years. She was originally inspired to focus on leadership and organisational development during the first 15 years of her professional life when she worked as an engineer for the US Navy.
Lori’s affinity for natural science has helped her combine recent revelations from the field of neuroscience with her experience in personal development, coaching and training. This integration has evolved into a body of work that is both science based and people friendly.
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