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Four Concrete Ways to Increase the Performance of Your Teams

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With the ever-increasing complexity of how we work, as well as an overload of information, leaders must understand that innovative solutions require collaboration. Younger generations are especially engaged and energized by working in teams and on joint projects—there is no longer success without collaboration. So how can our teams work most effectively, creatively, and enjoyably? Just as individuals enjoy their work and activities most when they are engaged—when they’re “in flow” or “in the zone”—so can groups harness the power of that flow. But how can a group get into flow in the modern workplace, with schedule deadlines, constant interruptions, and unexpected customer demands? How can leaders optimize the output of team members who work from different locations and have never met one another? What tools can help overcome personality conflicts when leaders don’t have a choice as to who is on the team and for how long? This webcast will provide concrete methods to overcome these barriers to group flow. As a result of participating, you will be able to: - Dramatically reduce the time your teams spend on answering the wrong questions. - Increase engagement and productivity during meetings with multiple remote participants. - Lead your team in producing and evaluating creative ideas for profitability and success.


  • Laurie Buss is an aerospace engineer, market analyst, business consultant, fine artist, and an expert in workplace sustainability, efficiency, and strategy development. After a 23-year career working for and consulting to corporations like Hughes, Boeing, Northrop Grumman, Thales, and SpaceX, she now enables companies to cut meeting time in half, eliminate up to 80 percent of inefficiency in manufacturing and business processes, and increase profits with fresh ideas for product development and improving business operations.

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