“Creating a Culture of Teamwork in a Complex World”
Creating a culture of teamwork is one of the biggest challenges organizations are facing today in our fast-paced, rapidly-changing, hybrid and distributed work environment. We are moving from teams that used to exist in functionally-based, set siloes to cross-functional, global teams comprised of people with widely different skill sets and backgrounds. How can we all learn to work well together with this new level of complexity?
In this interactive session, we’ll address:
- How to empower yourself and your “team” members more consistently
- How you can enable a culture of effective communication and collaboration to achieve your desired results
- The 5 key behaviors that comprise effective teamwork as well as what makes a good team member
- Suggestions for how to close the gap between the teamwork skills you and your employees or strategic partners have now and what you need to cultivate to become truly effective
Guest Speaker – Laura A. Davis
Laura A. Davis is the CEO and Founder of Laura A. Davis and Associates, Inc. an Atlanta-based transformational leadership, team development, executive coaching, and Diamond award-winning DiSC assessment firm founded in 1995. As a Master Facilitator and ICF Master Certified Coach, Laura has helped thousands of leaders and teams become more emotionally intelligent, cohesive, and high-performing.
Laura and her team have a proven track record of assisting leaders and teams to build alignment, trust, cohesiveness, and effective communication and collaboration to achieve their desired results. Her firm’s approach to transforming cultures creates greater employee engagement, retention, and employee and customer satisfaction as well as performance regardless of industry. Laura prepares leaders to be more resilient and agile for the new world of work using the latest neuroscience research, validated assessment tools, and accelerated learning methodologies.
Laura and her team work both virtually and in-person to solve clients’ people problems to create “Great Places to Work” for the 21 st century.