It is time to switch from taking your own temperature to taking the temperature of your team. Join us for an interactive session and introduction to the Extraordinary Teams Inventory. In this session you will learn how your team's reality connects to its impact and agility, both critical in these times.
Organizations that have a positive culture are more productive, have happier employees and most importantly, happy and satisfied customers. Leaders have a choice about their attitude - and no matter what the situation, you have a choice to make about how you are going to react. No matter what the current situation is, or who is causing the negativity in your organization/team, it is vital that you create positive strategies that keep the team/organization strong.
We all spend time in teams that are unremarkable. While we may meet anticipated goals or objectives, we come away with less than fond memories of other team members or the experience. In the webinar From Losing Out to Standing Out – What We Know About Extraordinary Teams you’ll hear shared experiences in working with teams using the Extraordinary Teams strategies.
You’ve seen it before—team members who are uninvolved. Conflict. The inability to achieve consensus. A lack of commitment. If developing cohesive teams seems to you like an unattainable goal, this webinar is for you. We’ll explore the dynamics of teamwork and provide you with a fun and easy-to-implement training solution that will engage your audience, get team members excited, and better enable them to achieve synergistic results.
In the average organization only 30 percent employees are engaged, while in the best organizations the number climbs to 60 percent or more. The low rate of engagement hasn't budged in more than a decade. Why?This webinar introduces a new approach to boosting employee engagement based on developing a relational culture that meets universal human needs. Participants learn a vocabulary, framework and practices necessary to boost employee engagement and overall organization performance.