Productive Relationships Predict High-Performance
Doesn’t it seem like some managers and teams make “it” happen, no matter what “it” is? Even in uncertainty or times of crisis, they find a way to turn opposition into opportunity. They transform the stumbling blocks of conflict and misunderstanding into stepping stones for success. For these high-achievers, building collaborative relationships is priority one. Whether in-person or dispersed, they understand that members of their teams can go further together than they can alone. The good news is that you, too, can leverage the power of relationships and drive results.
What You Will Learn During the Webinar:
How to gain a greater understanding and appreciation of individual motives and strengths
The ability to tailor communication-based on individual motives and preferences
Understand diverse personalities and how that can trigger conflict
Discover your strengths and deploy them at the right time for the right reason for greater effectiveness
Who Should Attend This Webinar?
This webinar is for leaders and team members who want to learn how to:
Empower your team to see the early signs of conflict and resolve it
Build a team that can see all sides of an issue, make timely decisions, and deliver results
Communicate with clarity to all different personality types
Help your team build resilient relationships – with or without in-person interaction
Michael Brown has spent over 10 years consulting, training, and implementing transformational leadership programs for senior-leaders at organizations such as Procter & Gamble, Goodwill, and Hershey, to name a few. Michael is also an author, executive coach, and keynote speaker, addressing audiences from 50 to 2000 leaders.
Kyle brings more than 25 years of leadership experience to his clients. Many of those years were in ministry leadership and coaching roles both domestically and internationally, where he lead positions in Executive Coaching, Marketing, Teaching, Training, Fundraising, Leadership Development and Team Dynamics.
Capability Model Categories: Emotional Intelligence & Decision Making, Collaboration & Leadership, Business Insight