Because teams are comprised of humans, each with their own opinions, needs, wants and goals, they are inevitably complex – and inevitably imperfect. But rather than gloss over individual differences, why not acknowledge them as they are? By identifying what types of team members commonly exist, and thinking about how to address each personality type, we can begin to move together toward a common goal – and begin to see results. In this free webinar we discussed key strategies for building trust and accountability, engaging in constructive conflict, and striving – as a team – for the same results.
We recently discussed all of this in my webinar, Improving Team Dynamics: Crafting A Team That Works.
We had a live discussion where we explored how best to build a team that strives for the same goal – and gets results. Key discussion points included:
- Basic introduction to types of team members – and how to handle them
- Tips for getting buy-in from the team – and keeping all members focused
- The “hard” questions you should be asking yourself and your team
Who should attend: consultants, business development, department managers, executives, call hosts, call participants, IT Managers and Directors, Telecom Managers and Analysts, Administrative staff, Office Managers, Event Planners.
If you have a question or would like to lend your expertise about this topic, please leave us a comment below or contact Brad Volin via email: bvolin(@)adigo(dot)com.