Maximizing Your Team’s Performance
A 2-Day Short Course
This course covers a wide range of topics designed to make you and your team members feel more engaged and successful at work. Through highly interactive and practical exercises you gain insight into key elements of high-performing teams. Learn how to effectively manage team dynamics and productivity, explore tools that capitalize on the diversity and strength within your team, create a team that is cohesive and collaborative, and provide meaningful rewards that motivate members to consistently deliver results. You also gain increased knowledge and competency in assessing and leveraging the true power of your team. The discussions and tools can be directly applied to your workplace to minimize conflicts and maximize results.
This course can enable you to become more successful, not despite your team, but because of them. In addition, you will be able to create an environment where team members realize their potential and take pride in their work experiences and outcomes.
Coordinator and Lecturer
Denise Wolfe, PhD, Senior Partner, Syzygy Global Consultants, Inc., Burbank, California. Dr. Wolfe has held management positions in a variety of industries in addition to starting of her consulting career nearly 20 years ago. Her areas of focus involve executive development, strategic planning, organizational change, leveraging diversity, high-performing teams, effective communications, and human capital management.
Dr. Wolfe’s client organizations include Starbuck’s, Microsoft, IBM, Oracle, AT&T, Lucent Technologies, Neutrogena, Ethicon Inc., Johnson & Johnson, Boeing, Raytheon, Northrop Grumman, ARCO, Los Angeles Times, Eli Lilly and Co., Sempra Energy, Nissan, Glaxo SmithKline, Marsh & McLennan Companies, Novartis, Vivendi Universal, Federal Aviation Administration, Taco Bell, Cincinnati Bell Telephone, Ohio State Department of Development, United States Postal Service, City of Santa Barbara, and numerous departments within the Los Angeles County system.
For more information contact the Short Course Program Office:
firstname.lastname@example.org | (310) 825-3344 | fax (310) 206-2815