Identifying and Taming Elephants
The “secrets” to a healthy team are not mysterious or new, anymore than are the secrets to becoming healthier. Hmmm… eat right and get exercise. Who knew? Right?
Why, when we essentially know what we “should” do, why, so often, don’t we do it? And when it comes to teams, why do we allow the proverbial Elephants in the Room (poor performance, awful meetings, disrespect among members, etc.) to go unaddressed? What can we do to make it easier, systematic and routine, to identify issues early, and then find ways to manage them?
Using brief lectures, discussion and a series of short activities, we’ll explore ways to make those team “shoulds” less scary and get those elephant out of there!
• Identify the Characteristics of Effective Teams.
• Identify the costs of allowing important issues to go unspoken.
• Identify several tools for uncovering underground issues.
About the presenter:
Vicki Legman is an accomplished instructor, course designer, consultant, and speaker with over 26 years of public and private sector experience. She focuses her training on helping people improve the ways they communicate and work in organizations, not just on increasing their knowledge about how they ought to communicate. After all, people don’t care about what you know, they care about what you DO with what you know. Vicki resides in Newcastle, Washington.
Please note: there is a minimum of 10 people required
Please note: we are not able to issue refunds after November 8th.