In any organization, results rely on relationships--between leaders and their reports, within and between teams, and everywhere else. Yet as much as success depends on it, few organizations focus enough on developing this critical relationship capacity. No one would expect manufacturing, marketing, or information technology systems to be effective without detailed design, maintenance, and training. Human relationship systems require the same degree of attention--or they become the place where everything bogs down. In this session we'll look at some key tools for creating intelligent, high-functioning teams that can help projects and organizations succeed.
Beth Shapiro will facilitate this session. She specializes in helping organizations build the capacity to execute on strategy and change initiatives. She coaches, trains, and consults on teaming, workforce engagement, and leadership development. Beth holds an MPA from Harvard’s Kennedy School. She is credentialed as an individual coach and an Organization and Relationship Systems Coach. She has served on the faculty of two of the world’s most prestigious coaching schools, the Coaches Training Institute, and CRRGlobal. Her background includes more than 20 years of management and leadership in the private and non-profit sectors. In addition to coaching, Beth designs and delivers powerful, custom experiential trainings aimed at increasing workforce engagement, leadership capacity, and strategic effectiveness.
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