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Leading Great Teams
December 15, 2021 @ 10:00 am - 11:00 am
ABOUT THIS FIELDTRIP
As a leader, you strive for greatness, pushing toward defining moments that have a lasting and positive impact. To achieve great things, you need a great team. One that can work together at their full potential. The #1 reason teams fail to hit their stride is that they’re lacking alignment.
Attrition, poor engagement, micromanaging, a political or passive-aggressive culture — these are all symptoms of an unaligned team.
Aligning your team will get you working together, on both an operational and cultural level, so everyone can perform at their best.
In this one-hour workshop for team leaders (from middle managers to CEOs) you will learn how to lead your team through a conversation that will help them achieve more alignment now and set the stage for continuous improvement so they can perform at their best.
All participants will receive a copy of “The Aligned Team Assessment” and “The Team Chartering Handbook” from The Alignment Company as well as a slide deck they can use with their teams.
✨WHAT TO EXPECT
✔️ Short Presentation: The Principles of Great Teaming
✔️ Exercise: Assessing Your Team (where are you now?)
✔️ Training: Chartering Your Team (get aligned now)
✔️ Q&A / Closing
ABOUT YOUR HOST
Bob Gower is Managing Partner at The Alignment Company — a consultancy dedicated to helping leaders align their teams on all levels so they can perform at their best.
He is an authority on agile software development, lean theory, and responsive organizational design. He has advised leaders at numerous companies—including GE, Charles Schwab, Slack, Wikimedia Foundation, and Spotify—in creating more effective teamwork.
Bob is the author of “”Radical Alignment: How to Have Game-Changing Conversations That Will Transform Your Business and Your Life ”“ and ”“Agile Business: A Leader’s Guide to Harnessing Complexity”“. He lectures regularly on organizational development and leadership.CRECRECREACREcrecrec