Learn more about Revolutionize TeamworkQ&A with author Eric Coryell
Why did you choose this topic to write about?
Helping people create, lead and be part of accountable teams is my passion. I had the wonderful opportunity to work on three different extraordinary teams in the workplace and I found that going to work was so much more meaningful and rewarding when I was part of those teams compared to the days I was part of a non-functioning team.
What are the top 3 takeaways you want your audience to learn from this book?
1) Understand what differentiates a non-functional team from a functional one and then what separates an accountable team from those two.
2) Learn what needs to be done to help their teams become accountable both from a process and a behavioral perspective.
3) Address some of the challenges that might happen along the way and help them overcome those challenges and their own anxieties during this process.
What inspires you?
Helping other people be more accountable and create accountable environments in the working world. I think most organizations create parent/child relationships and don't create cultures that foster adulthood.
What are your hopes for the book?
With a short amount of time invested in reading it they will gain the knowledge to help the create and lead (or be a part of) accountable teams.