Do you have a collection of employees, or do you have a team?
Team-Building Success Strategies
At the beginning of your career, chances are you were judged differently than you are as a leader and manager. In the past, success was defined by your sales numbers, or your on-time and under-budget performance – in other words, by YOUR output.
But now, your performance is judged by how OTHERS perform. And the ability to turn your subordinates into a true team is a skill that only leaders possess … competitors envy … and bosses clamor for.
To help you develop and hone your team-building skills, Executive Leadership has teamed up with a top consultant who will help spur you and your team to greatness: Team-Building Success Strategies.
Team-building expert Jamey Stowell of Life Entrepreneurs will reveal the secrets his clients pay thousands for, including:
Why a team-oriented view is important
The impact of team performance on strategy and competitiveness
Strategies for approaching YOUR team-building challenges
Ways of thinking about building strong teams
Effective team-building games and exercises
Team size: is your team too big? Too small?
Spurring better communication within AND beyond your team
From techniques for inspiring and motivating your team to deciding on whether to bring in a facilitator, Team-Building Success Strategies will help you build skills in your team members – and in YOU.
Be honest with yourself: do you have a collection of employees, or do you have a team? The wrong answer may spell the difference between success and failure. Let us help you get the right answers, with Team-Building Success Strategies.
Pat DiDomenico, Editorial Director Executive Leadership & Business Management Daily
P.S. Your satisfaction is unconditionally guaranteed. If Team-Building Success Strategies fails to meet your needs, we will refund every penny you paid – no hassles, no questions asked.
Hear a Free 90-Second Clip of Team-Building Success Strategies from Speaker Jamey Stowell:
About the Speaker:
Jamey Stowell is a leadership and organizational development consultant, specializing in team-building. He has worked nationwide with a variety of business and non-profit clients. Stowell consults on business strategy, strategic HR management, and building strategic alliances. He has served as a faculty associate for executive courses in the Stanford Graduate School of Business … has worked with MBAs in the school’s Interpersonal Dynamics course … and has facilitated team-building retreats for several Silicon Valley firms.
Who Should Listen:
Supervisors and managers
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