Leading Healthy Teams 2.0
Leading a team can be one of the most rewarding things of your career…but it can also be one of the most challenging! Communication is great when it is going well, but when communication breaks down, it can cause the team to struggle and production to slow down. Learning to recognize people’s differences and communicate with them in their language can help you become the genius of the office.
In this webinar, you will hear presentations from Dr. Tim Elmore and Patrick Lencioni from the Live2Lead conference from Maxwell Leadership. Tim Elmore shares from his new book, A New Kind of Diversity, about the very distinct differences and worldviews of the different generations in the workplace. Patrick Lencioni talks about the gifts each of us have been given in our 2 working geniuses and how we can transform our team, work and life in from his book, The 6 Types of Working Genius. Both of these speakers give great insight into the workplace from different perspectives. You will walk away knowing how to recognize the 4 main generations in the workplace as well as the 6 types of working genius needed for every workplace.
In celebration of the New Year, tickets for the webinar are just $20.23. Upgrade to the VIP ticket for just $30 more and get 72-hour on-demand access to these speakers as well as 12+ additional leadership and team experts. Click the date/time below that works best for your schedule. Bring your key leaders or entire team for this practical presentation. Tickets are limited for each date.
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Dr. Tim Elmore is an author, leadership expert, and keynote speaker who’s trained more than 500,000 leaders in hundreds of organizations worldwide. Tim is also the Founder and CEO of Growing Leaders, a non-profit team that equips students & young professionals around the world to become life-giving leaders.
Pat is the author of 12 best-selling books with over 7 million copies sold. He’s the founder & president of The Table Group, a firm dedicated to protecting human dignity in the world of work, personal development, and faith. After 20 years in print, his classic book The Five Dysfunctions of a Team remains a weekly fixture on national best-seller lists.
What people said about Leading Healthy Teams 1.0
Leading Healthy Teams helped me understand that my team is made up of people wanting to grow like me. I needed to make room for them to grow.
I loved Leading Healthy Teams as it helped me understand myself as a leader and areas I needed to grow. Our team productivity has increase 10% since the conference.
Since participating in Leading Healthy Teams, I have gained a new perspective on my role as the team leader. Thank you for this great day.