Free Webinar – Extraordinary Teams
Presented by Kathleen Ryan and Kevin Coray
Wednesday, June 25, 2014
What sets extraordinary teams apart from the rest? Yes, extraordinary teams have the ability to achieve tangible results. But what makes them so spectacular is that they do something ordinary teams cannot: They cultivate an exciting, collaborative environment that’s built upon mutual trust, respect, and engagement. As team members, individuals experience a positive personal change—and that means your organization reaps the benefits of better team performance and employees with increased skills, connections, loyalty, and enthusiasm for their work.
Join authors Kathleen Ryan and Kevin Coray for a valuable exploration of extraordinary teams and what makes them tick. You’ll look through the lens of exceptional teaming and learn how to lead, facilitate, and coach teams to their highest potential. In addition, you’ll gain insight about your behavior as an individual team member and how it can boost your team’s performance.
- The definition and profile of an extraordinary team
- Five indicators that differentiate extraordinary teams
- Specific actions to increase team capacity
- Implications for your role as a team leader, facilitator, coach, or member
- Human resources managers
- Organization development professionals
- Team leaders
- Team members
- Team development specialists
Kathleen Ryan has more than 30 years of experience as an organization development professional. As a mentor and executive coach specializing in change efforts, executive development, and senior-level team development, she has an instinct for translating complex human behavior into practical concepts. Kathleen is the co-author of several hr books, including Extraordinary Groups: How Ordinary Teams Achieve Amazing Results, The Courageous Messenger: How to Successfully Speak Up at Work, and Driving the Fear Out of the Workplace: Creating the High-Trust, High-Performance Organization.
Recognized as an expert in large-scale organization change efforts, strategic planning, and executive teams, Kevin Coray is the president of Coray-Gurnitz Consulting, a Washington D.C. firm that was recently awarded the Washingtonian’s Great Places to Work Award. He earned his Ph.D. in Industrial and Organizational Psychology and he teaches at George Washington University. Kevin is the co-author of Extraordinary Groups: How Ordinary Teams Achieve Amazing Results.