Improving Collaboration Through Team-Building Skills for Leaders

Improving Collaboration Through Team Building Skills for Leaders - Webinar from the Center for Creative Leadership

On Demand

Duration: 45 minutes

About the Webinar

The future of work is increasingly centered around teams. A recent survey found over 93% of CCL alumni currently work in teams. But aligning team members across functions, disciplines, and hybrid environments in today’s work context isn’t easy. It requires building a culture of trust and psychological safety to increase team effectiveness and performance. Join us for a webinar as we discuss how organizations can leverage solutions focused on team-building skills for leaders that improve collaboration and produce collective results.

What You’ll Learn

In this webinar, you’ll learn:

  • Our framework for helping teams improve their effectiveness
  • Common misperceptions about teams and teamwork
  • Proven team-building skills for leaders that can enhance group collaboration
  • Best practices for team performance and ready-to-use tools to strengthen team-building skills for leaders

About the Presenters

George Hallenbeck, Ph.D.

George Hallenbeck, PhD
Global Content Lead
Center for Creative Leadership

George Hallenbeck is the Global Content Lead at the Center for Creative Leadership and oversees the creation of research-based content for CCL’s program and product solutions. Prior to CCL, George held senior-level product and innovation roles at Korn Ferry. George is a recognized expert in the area of learning agility and has been engaged in research, product development, and client activities related to the topic for over 15 years. He has authored or co-authored 8 books, including Compass: Your Guide for Leadership Development and Coaching and Learning Agility: Unlock the Lessons of Experience.

Andrew Loignon

Andrew Loignon, PhD
Research Scientist
Center for Creative Leadership

Andy Loignon has over a decade of experience working as an organizational scientist identifying data-driven solutions that help organizations address some of their most pressing challenges. In his current role as a Research Scientist at CCL, Andy’s research focuses on work groups and teams and emerging leaders. Prior to joining CCL, Andy was a member of the faculty at Louisiana State University.

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