We are excited to announce the launch of the Greater Wildwood Chamber of Commerce Business Book Club—an initiative aimed at fostering professional development within our community and providing a platform for individuals to enhance their business skill sets.
In our commitment to supporting the growth and success of local businesses, we believe that continuous learning is essential. The Business Book Club offers a unique opportunity for entrepreneurs, professionals, and business enthusiasts to come together, share insights, and collectively improve their understanding of key business concepts.
The books selected for this club are carefully curated with the sole purpose of offering valuable insights and actionable strategies for professional development. Our goal is to create a dynamic and engaging environment where participants can discuss these insights, exchange ideas, and implement new approaches to elevate their businesses.
Whether you are an established business owner, a budding entrepreneur, or a professional looking to enhance your skills, the Business Book Club provides a supportive community for personal and collective growth. By joining, you will have the chance to connect with like-minded individuals, build lasting relationships, and gain a deeper understanding of the business landscape.
We invite you to be a part of this enriching experience as we embark on a journey of knowledge, growth, and collaboration. Together, let's unlock the potential within ourselves and our businesses.
For inquiries or to express your interest in joining, please contact our office at 609-729-4000, email firstname.lastname@example.org or click below to register for more information.
We look forward to building a thriving community of learners and leaders through the Greater Wildwood Chamber of Commerce Business Book Club.
BOOK 1: The FIVE Dysfunctions of a TEAM by: Patrick Lencioni
The Five Dysfunctions of a Team: A Leadership Fable explores how teams fail to work cohesively together through a dynamic, five-part model of dysfunction. The five dysfunctions are 1) absence of trust, 2) fear of conflict, 3) lack of commitment, 4) avoidance of accountability, and 5) inattention to results. Through identifying these root causes of poor teamwork, teams can develop specific strategies for overcoming each of them. By doing this, they will become comfortable with one another, be willing to engage in constructive debate, achieve clarity and buy-in around team priorities, hold one another to high standards, and focus on team results instead of individual ambition.