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5/2/2012: Building Real Teams: A Leadership Perspective
May 2, 2012 @ 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm| FREE
Implementing truly effective teams is more difficult than often considered. In this webinar, we will take a realistic and practical look at how an organization’s leaders can foster successful teams. The challenges of team-building are central to leadership in general, including: clarifying vision and purpose, taking a whole-systems view, facilitating constructive interaction, motivating performance, assessing progress, and skillful problem-solving. I will share real-life case studies; tips and tools; and resources for further learning.
- What makes a real team different than a “group” or a “pseudo-team.”
- How leadership creates an environment in which teams can flourish.
- Team practices that foster success.
- The power of diverse teams.
- Practical tips and tools.
Bob Greene has over 16 years experience serving as a trusted “thinking partner” who helps organizational leaders reframe issues and identify solutions. He works with emerging and established leaders to identify how to lead change; foster a team-oriented culture; address organizational causes of conflict; and develop their self-awareness, cultural competence, and effectiveness. With warmth and humor, Bob asks pertinent and provocative questions that help surface assumptions, clarify values, and identify concrete action steps.
Bob has worked with large and small clients locally and nationally in the nonprofit, government, and private sectors. He created the Nonprofit Leadership Institute at Montgomery College (Maryland) and served on the selection committee of the Washington Post Award for Excellence in Nonprofit Management. Bob has published articles and presented workshops on nonprofit issues, diversity and inclusion, organization development, and other topics.