Several resources below come highly recommended for learning about teamwork
Building Credible Multicultural Teams by Lianne Roembke published 2000 in Pasadena, California by William Carey Library.
- Realistic and practical, it touches on attitudes of mutual respect and open communication.
Cross-Cultural Partnerships by Mary T. Lederleitner published 2010 in Downers Grove by Inter Varsity Press.
- Mary is an SIL executive who became involved as an accountant with various cross-cultural issues in the worldwide movement and is now working on a PhD in this area. Her book focuses on only one aspect, the multicultural conflict issues and how to minimize them. The basics of formation of a mono-cultural team are not in focus; something else will be needed for that.
Teamwork: How to Build Relationships by Gordon & Rosemary Jones published 2003 by Scripture Union.
- The book brings in personality type, how individuals of various types relate to others within a team context as well as stages of team development, spiritual giftedness and individual uniqueness. Exercises at the end of the book include self-perceptions of team roles, topics to discuss within the team context and team satisfaction.
Leading Teams: setting the stage for great performances by J. Richard Hackman published in 2002 by the Harvard Business School Press in Boston.