Building and Motivating Effective Teams

Offered Nov. 11, 2020

9 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Building high performance teams is the cornerstone of becoming an influential leader. Leaders develop and participate in teams to improve organizational results, grow professionally, and develop others. This workshop will distinguish the difference between effective work groups and high performing teams. Participants will develop techniques to establish trust, communicate clarity, and improve performance using teams to move an organization forward and add value to all stakeholders.

Outcomes:

  • Distinguish the types of work groups and when each type is appropriate.
  • Build trust and collaboration across organizations.
  • Describe characteristics of a high performing team and how to achieve them.
  • Create opportunities for intrinsic motivation for greater value added in a technical environment.
Instructor
Brett Horton

Brett Horton, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor
Hospitality Management and Culinary Arts

 

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