Duration: 1 hour
Price: Free

Teams come and teams go. You lead some, you join some. A few are formal and structured. Many morph and cross and evolve along with the work.

But one thing is for sure: you don’t work on your own.

Organizations may not emphasize teamwork in the same ways during the buzzword heyday of teams, yet matrixed organizations, cross-functional projects, interdependent departments, and interconnected work — all these factors require people to work together, in teams of some sort. The fundamentals of team effectiveness have not changed significantly over time, but organization and leaders still struggle with executing on those fundamentals. The ability to lead teams of all shapes and sizes is a core skill and the key to getting things done. Whatever your formal role on teams, this session will raise awareness on three critical needs for team effectiveness, provide practical tools for meeting team needs, and explore the role of leadership in teams.

Outcomes from this webinar include:

  • Be able to diagnose team effectiveness using CCL’s Team Needs Framework.
  • Understand the leader’s role as both team member and team facilitator.
  • Learn about and receive 2 tools from CCL’s “Leading Teams for Impact Toolkit.”

Target Audience

  • Team leaders
  • Team members
  • Intact teams
  • Those responsible for championing teams in their organization
About The Presenter

Michael Campbell is a member of CCL's Global Markets Americas group, and serves as a facilitator, trainer, coach, and researcher. As a Portfolio Manager he provides design support and subject matter expertise for solutions that help leaders responsible for 'leading managers' in their organizations. He trains in the Leading Teams for Impact program and Leadership Development Program in addition to customized design and delivery work. Engaged in both facilitation and research, Michael's work has focused on such topics as talent management, succession management, high potential leaders, as well as senior executive leadership.

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