Event Date: 09/10/2014 (2:00 pm EDT - 3:00 pm EDT)
As the business environment grows more demanding, organizations are becoming dependent on the collective intelligence of teams to improve problem-solving skills, discover innovative solutions, and deliver higher quality results in less time. Yet all too often teams are unable to reach their potential, regardless of the talent and experience held by the individual team members.
Join us for A New Model of Team Performance: Optimizing Team Brainpower for Maximum Results. Led by, Kevin J. Sensenig, this interactive webinar will give you practical tools and think-centered methods for helping teams to tap into their full brainpower. He will use examples and exercises to guide you through an easy-to-apply model and she’ll share the specific strategies major organizations such as Caesars Entertainment and Microsoft Game Studios are using to assemble the most effective teams for tackling tough business problems.
Participants Will Learn
- A thinking-based model and tools to help teams work more efficiently, collaborate more effectively, and reap the benefit of diverse perspectives.
- How to apply the latest research on thinking and team productivity to help teams achieve specific business objectives, whether the team is virtual or on-site, intact or cross-functional, or collaborating with external stakeholders.
- How to assemble the most effective team, based on the mental demands of the assignment, project, or problem.
Who Should Attend
- Organization development professionals
- Human resources managers
- Team leaders
Kevin J. Sensenig, Ph.D., RODP
Kevin brings 20+ years of experience in management, leadership, education and training for organizations, most recently as Global Vice President of Learning and Organization Development for Dale Carnegie®, where he led the global trainer network. He previously served as CEO & Managing Director for JR Rodgers & Associates, Inc., Dale Carnegie Systems®, supporting senior executives in growing their business and developing their people. His specializations include organization assessment, strategic facilitation regarding business planning and business succession, as well as business training and coaching.
Kevin is a Registered Organization Development Professional (RODP) and member of the Organization Development Institute (ODI), ASTD, SHRM, Epsilon Delta Epsilon, Delta Pi Epsilon and Phi Kappa Phi. He co-edited The Sourcebook for Self-Directed Learning with Dr. William J. Rothwell, and has written for publications such as T&D Magazine, Training Magazine and Talent Management Magazine.