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30 October, 2018 | (01 hr)

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In today’s business world, teams are the engines that drive business. Industry-leading research from Lee Hecht Harrison confirms that 92 percent of companies acknowledge that teams are critical to business success. Unfortunately, the same research reveals that only 23 percent of those companies consider their teams effective. The reality is that most teams are mediocre—not bad, but certainly not exceptional.

Join this webcast to discover the path from mediocre to great and hear new insights into the fundamental building blocks that allow exceptional teams to consistently exceed expectations and goals. Learn not only what it means to be an accountable team, but how to get there.

Insights from this webcast:

  • Learn how to quickly identify the role that your team plays within your organization;
  • Establish the ways that you and your team can achieve true accountability and ensure that everyone is stepping up to do their part; and
  • Develop the resilience to tackle the hard work of leading teams without shying away from difficult or challenging responsibilities.

Who Should Attend: Professionals who wish to promote high performance in their teams and organizations. 


Alex Vincent, Ph.D.

Alex Vincent, Ph.D.
Senior Vice President
Lee Hecht Harrison

Alex’s focus is on helping maximize individual, team and organizational performance. He is an experienced facilitator and consultant in the area of leadership development focusing on personal leadership, team coaching, and the execution of organizational strategy. He excels in helping clien...Full Bio

James O'Hern

James O'Hern (Moderator)
Executive Director, Member Engagement
The Conference Board

James O’Hern is Executive Director of Member Engagement for the Human Capital Practice at The Conference Board. In this role he coordinates Human Capital Conferences, and Senior Management Councils, as well as interfaces closely on research topic selection and dissemination.

Previou...Full Bio

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