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Build A Winning Team With Personality Poker

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Ira S Wolfe

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Building a high performing team for many organizations is just a crapshoot. Business owners and managers often bet the house when they hire the “ace”- a top performing super-star - only to find out he or she doesn’t fit in with the rest of the team. Stephen Shapiro, one of the foremost authorities on innovation and collaboration, has just published a new book called “Personality Poker” that describes how businesses can turn the team building gamble into a sure bet. Join me for the next Workforce Trends Blog Talk Radio Show when my guest Stephen Shapiro reveals why: • Opposites do NOT attract and that leads into dysfunctional relationships • The person you like the least may be the person you need the most • The Golden Rule is wrong and how it may alienate others • Most organizations are “cults” that stifle creativity, individuality, and innovation. Learn how leaders can assemble a high performing team using each person’s strengths resulting in better outcomes, more efficiency, and higher productivity. About Stephen Shapiro: Stephen Shapiro's insights apply to virtually any organization, big or small, he has contributed to shifting the innovation culture for such Fortune 500 organization as Staples, GE, BP, Johnson & Johnson, Fidelity Investments, Pearson Education, Nestlé, and Bristol-Myers Squibb. Over the years, Stephen has shared his innovative philosophy in books such as 24/7 Innovation and The Little Book of BIG Innovation Ideas and has been featured in New York Times, Newsweek, O-The Oprah Magazine and Investor’s Business Daily. As the founder and creator of a 20,000 person internal innovation practice within Accenture, and advisor to hundreds of organizations worldwide, Stephen possesses a rare and extensive arsenal of tools allowing him to arm any organization with the knowledge they need to shift their most threatening challenges.

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