Are you a virtual team member or virtual leader struggling to connect and collaborate with your team?
Join us for this exclusive virtual event featuring The Five Dysfunctions of a Team best-selling author Patrick Lencioni, to hear his unique insights on the challenges teams are currently facing, and the behaviors needed to work together effectively.
Teams are struggling right now, and in-person training is on hold. People and organizations everywhere are trying to adjust to their new normal of working remotely, and it’s a serious challenge for many. But the reality is, without effective teamwork and cohesion, success is out of reach.
The Five Behaviors for Virtual Teams helps learners develop the critical skills and behaviors to work effectively with others in the virtual workplace. The learning experience has three key components:
The Five Behaviors Personal Development assessment.
Once registered, each participant will receive access to complete the online Five Behaviors Personal Development assessment to better understand their strengths and challenges within the Five Behaviors model for teamwork.
Attend “The Five Behaviors for Virtual Teams,” on February 9, 2021 from 10-11am MT for an exclusive virtual event with Patrick Lencioni.
You’ll hear Pat’s unique insights on the challenges teams are currently facing and the behaviors needed to work together effectively. Dr. Mark Scullard from Wiley will then introduce The Five Behaviors for Virtual Teams learning experience.
Attend a 90-minute Personal Development virtual facilitation training led by CEO, Tara Powers, on February 16, 2021 from 10-11:30am MT.
Learners will walk away with an understanding of how to apply key principles from The Five Behaviors model to virtual teamwork.
Who Is this learning experience for?
Register until February 5
Teamwork starts at the individual level. But in a virtual environment that is high-speed and high-stakes, how can you equip people to quickly build cohesiveness and deliver results?
Powers Resource Center has the solution ~ The Five Behaviors® for Virtual Teams.