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Speaker Programs in teambuilding

The Extreme Team: The Power of US is How 'U's Work Together
A collaborative team, like a chain, is only as strong as its weakest link, but what if there are no weak ‘links’ - just different outlooks!
  

We've all heard that a collaborative team, like a chain, is only as strong as its weakest link, but what if there are no weak ‘links’ - just different outlooks? Making a team more successful isn't always about singling out one issue and getting rid of it. To be truly successful, teams have to acknowledge all of their traits and characteristics and learn to understand how they affect the group ...

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Travels From: Chicago, IL
Fee Range: Available Upon Request

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Teambuilding: Becoming One Unit Despite Our Differences
Motivating and inspiring your staff to understand the importance of team work and the acceptance of each other.
  

Your group will hear my amazing story of perseverance and overcoming the trials and obstacles of life. As a business owner and in sales myself for many years, I have ability to touch an audience and make them forget about all of their problems and give them a new refreshed perspective on life and their jobs. We will examine what is holding them back from their potential and why they aren't where t...

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Travels From: Wilmington, NC
Fee Range: $5,000 - $7,500

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Team Building Initiatives
Building teams through participation and cooperation
  

Key Points: - Pursuing equal participation - Requiring individual accountability - Planning simultaneity - Creating positive interdependence - Structuring sharing techniques - Practicing authenticity with cooperation - Picturing decision making models - Focusing on shared leadership - Implementing cohesive communication - Evaluating each team activity - Recognizing effective ...

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Travels From: Burbank, CA
Fee Range: $1,000 - $2,500

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Teambuilding for People Who Hate Teambuilding
The non-boring, non-lame approach to teamwork.
  

If you can't answer "Yes" to these three questions, read no further: 1. Do you like to laugh until your jaws hurt? 2. Would you like for your people to work together as if they really like each other (and their job)? 3. If you found a $100 bill on the sidewalk, would you pick it up? Well guess what? During "Teambuilding for People Who Hate Teambuilding" at least two out of the three enumer...

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Travels From: Bentonville, AR
Fee Range: Varies

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Teamwork is Dead - Long live Teams that Work
Measure teams against four qualities needed for a “Team That Works” and define the appropriate style of leadership for a specific team.
  

The workplace has evolved and will continue to do so. Traditional ‘teamwork’ was originally based on pulling a group of people together with the aim of getting them to work together for an indefinite period of time. These days people often work in more than one team, may have more than one manager and in some cases, may never even meet their team members face-to-face due to virtual teams....

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Travels From: Toronto, Ontario (Canada)
Fee Range: Available Upon Request

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