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Managing Large Teams
Overcoming Skip- Level Frictions & Executive Isolation

  • Rishi Kapal - a Stanford LEAD alumni, is a Transitions Coach, Innovations and Marketing Consultant

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Leadership

January 2021 | SAGE Publications Pvt. Ltd
Managing and leading large teams is an acquired skill and doesn’t come naturally to people. As the team grows horizontally in number and vertically in levels, team management gets complicated. 

Managing Large Teams is borne out of the author’s twenty-five plus years of experience of navigating multiple scenarios, transitioning from an individual contributor to becoming a first-time manager to later helming teams as a CXO that expanded across North America, Europe, Japan and Southeast Asia.
 
Brimming with the wisdom and experiences of Indian and global CXOs, and Stanford LEAD alumni, the book tackles subjects such as handling multicultural and multi-locational teams, building a strong trustworthy culture of skip-level engagements and the oft-discussed phenomenon of executive isolation at work. Get your hands on this reservoir of knowledge on leadership, organization development and management practices for the present and future generations of performers.

 
Foreword by T.N. Hari
 
Preface
 
Acknowledgements
 
Experiences as a First-Time Manager
 
Decoding Effective Business Structures and Hierarchies
 
Dynamics between Managerial Levels: The Dos and Don’ts!
 
Truth About Managing Large Teams
 
Breaking through Executive Isolation
 
Trading Relationships with Results: Attachment Inhibiting Detachment
 
Building Trust: Effective Motivation
 
Becoming a Better Manager

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ISBN: 9789353886721
$20.00