Event Date: 09/27/2017 (2:00 pm EDT - 3:00 pm EDT)
In our highly competitive culture, teamwork is often impacted negatively by the individual members’ efforts to ensure they receive recognition and compensation for their personal creativity. While valid and important, leaders are often baffled as to how to integrate the individual goal into the team culture and communications and still improve the quality of teamwork.
Join experts Marcia Hughes and James Terrell as they explore ways to diagnose where the individual needs of the members (talent) get tangled up with the collective productivity of the team and how to sort them out.
Who Should Attend
- Human Resources Professionals
- Organizational Development Professionals
Participants Will Learn
- How often does personal style and assertiveness (or non-assertiveness) negatively impact the quality of teamwork on your team?
- We tend to speak in terms of self-importance and team importance. Would that be a useful way to speak of this distinction in your team?
- How do you refer to this challenge now?
- Does the leader of your team tend to avoid dealing with these kinds of conflicts?
- If you are a team leader, what makes it hard for you to confront people whose self-importance is impacting the team negatively?
Marcia Hughes is president of Collaborative Growth and serves as a strategic communications partner for teams and their leaders in organizations that value high performers. She weaves her expertise in team development and emotional intelligence throughout her consulting, keynotes, facilitation, and coaching. She is co-author of The Emotionally Intelligent Team, The Handbook for Developing Emotional and Social Intelligence, Team Emotional and Social Intelligence Facilitator Guide Package, which includes the TESI® Short, A Coach’s Guide to Emotional Intelligence, and Emotional Intelligence in Action, 2 ed. and author of Life’s 2% Solution. Hughes is co-creator of the Team Emotional and Social Intelligence Survey® (TESI®). She is a certified trainer in the EQ-i 2.0 and EQ-360, the Pearman and Risk Type Compass and provides Train the Trainer training and coaching in powerful EQ delivery.
James Bradford Terrell
James Bradford Terrell is Vice President of Collaborative Growth where he applies his expertise in interpersonal communication to help a variety of public and private sector clients anticipate change and respond to it resiliently. He is co-author of The Emotionally Intelligent Team, The Handbook for Developing Emotional and Social Intelligence, Team Emotional and Social Intelligence Facilitator Guide Package, which includes the TESI® Short, A Coach’s Guide to Emotional Intelligence, and Emotional Intelligence in Action. He coaches leaders, teams in transition, and senior management, using the EQi 2.0, the EQ 360, and other assessments. James is co-creator of the Team Emotional and Social Intelligence Survey® (TESI®). James provides train the trainer workshops and educates coaches and team leaders on how to develop the insightful interpretation and application of EQ results.