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About the Authors

About the Authors

This fourth edition of Team Building was authored by Barb Wingfield, who is uniquely qualified to carry on the legacy of two favorite Crisp authors, Elwood Chapman and Robert Maddux. Through her update of Winning at Human Relations, a perennial bestseller by “Chap” and now this update of Maddux’s Team Building, Barb once again demonstrates her talent for helping people understand and improve how they interact with others.

Barb Wingfield is founder of Morale Builders and works with organizations that want to cultivate great employees. She presents keynotes and seminars and consults with organizations throughout the United States. She is member of the National Speakers Association and the National Association for Employee Recognition. She is the author of Reasons to Say WOW!!! A Celebration of Life’s Simple Pleasures and co-author of another Crisp book, Retaining Your Employees.

She is eager to hear your stories about team building. You can reach her at barb@moralebuilders.com or visit her Web site at www.moralebuilders.com.

In Memoriam

The late Robert Maddux was an extraordinary individual. For more than 30 years, he designed and delivered management-skills seminars throughout the world, helping large corporations and small businesses improve their productivity. Bob also authored several best-selling management books including Effective Performance Appraisals, Delegating for Results, Building Teams for Your Small Business, Job Performance and Chemical Dependency, Successful Negotiation, Quality Interviewing, and Ethics in Business. Team Building was his bestselling title, and this revision is based on the concepts Bob originally developed.

More than a million copies of Bob’s books have been sold. They have served as the basis for several training videos and have been translated into more than 20 languages. Bob’s genius of making complex things simple has helped untold numbers of readers worldwide become better managers. Bob was a true “people person” and his good nature and contributions to management are greatly missed, but live on through his published works.


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