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Build High Impact Leadership Teams with Team Charters

When: December 6, 2016

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Suggested Supplemental Readings

  1. Katzenbach, Jon and Douglas Smith.  "The Discipline of Teams."  Harvard Business Review, March/April 1993
  2. Neatby, Jacques.  "The Ballooning Executive Team." Harvard Business Review, 21 July 2016.
  3. Shapiro, Mary.  "Help Your Team Agree on How They’ll Collaborate." Harvard Business Review, 8 September 2015.
  4. "Teamwork at the Top," by Nadler Advisory Services.  

 

Build High Impact Leadership Teams with Team Charters

Original Airdate: December 6, 2016
Time: 12-1pm ET / 9-10am PT
Speakers: Juanita James, President and CEO, Fairfield County’s Community Foundation and Edith Buhs, Principal, AchieveMission (details below)

Speakers

Juanita Juanita James
President and CEO, 
Fairfield County’s Community Foundation
Edith2 Edith Buhs
Principal,
AchieveMission

This webinar will explore how to: 

This webinar is ideal for:

  • Create a shared vision of the leadership team 
  • Clarify roles and responsibilities 
  • Breakdown silos and improve trust and communication
  • Improve and speed up decision-making
  • Establish your leadership team’s culture
  • Executive Directors
  • Presidents and CEOs  
  • Deputy Directors 
  • Chief Operating Officers 
  • Board Members
  • Program Officers 

Great teams do not just happen. They need to be created. Have you reflected that your organization would benefit from a stronger leadership team? Is your leadership team less a team and more a collection of individuals? Would the team be more effective if members worked more tightly together, towards shared goals, with clear norms for decision-making and communications? If your answer is yes, you are not alone.

Join us for "Build High Impact Leadership Teams with Team Charters" to discuss the steps to creating a stronger and more effective leadership team. Presenters will share examples, tools and methodologies that have been proven effective in nonprofits.