Winning Business Team Cultures and Why They Thrive

If you want a straightforward and measurable way to unleash your company’s team success, then read this book to discover the secrets of four unique winning business team cultures and why they thrive.

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​Oliver Wendell Holmes notably said, “I'd give my right arm for the simplicity on the other side of complexity.”

“Dianne Crampton offers clarity and provides a plan that demystifies the elusive ingredients of winning team cultures—those ingredients that, until now, have prevented many good people from creating great organizations.

Larry Broughton
Founder & CEO, Broughton Hospitality
What would happen if the employees in your company cared as much about its success as you do? Would this make leadership easier for you?
  • Discover what an authentic team-based culture actually looks like in the workplace – how it functions and why it works so you have a simple, clear path to success.
  • Explore how to hire the best employees -- with the right values, attitudes and abilities -- so that your team operates lean, builds business, provides superior customer service and has fun doing it.
  • Learn the team culture lessons from successful business leaders who show the path for avoiding lost productivity and costly mistakes.
  • Identify common sense behaviors that build collaboration so you can get your team on track.
“In this extraordinary book, Dianne Crampton provides every team player a concrete structure for success. Far beyond theory, TIGERS                      Among Us walks readers through the landscape of four winning teams . . . where everybody wins.A must read!”
Arthur K. Samson
Airline Captain and Leadership Trainer, Delta Airlines

TIGERS Among Us: Winning Business Team Cultures And Why They Thrive provides leaders a path for building an authentic team-based work culture.

   

Based on the TIGERS model of collaborative values – trust, interdependence, genuineness, empathy, risk and success – this book describes breakthrough practices for instilling collaboration in teams of two to hundreds.