The Five Dysfunctions of a Team really expressed some great points on leadership, including the importance of having everyone in upper management positions on the same page; how important communication is; and that the person directing staff does not always need to know everything about the system they are working with, but more importantly needs to know how to manage a group of employees together.

This story, even though it was made up, was very easy to relate to. I could picture myself in the shoes of each person described in the scenarios. I think this is an excellent book for any employee who is either looking to try to enter a leadership position or already in a leadership position.