NOTE: Member registration is open. Non-member registration opens on June 19th.
Have you ever been a part of a great team? What about a 'sub-optimal' team? What was the difference between the two?
In the new world of work, teams are being used more than ever. Everyone is expected to collaborate effectively. But while it is easy to create a team and to tell people to work collaboratively, it is quite challenging to make it work. To crack the code on team effectiveness, we need to understand the Science of Teamwork!
Event Description:In this interactive virtual event, we will learn what really drives Team Effectiveness and get a better grasp of the Science of Teamwork. Feel encouraged to bring questions about the teams you are involved in to anchor your learning to your reality! The goal of this session is to enable you to apply your newly acquired understanding about the Science of Teamwork to your teams and organizations, immediately after the session.
- Recognize four common myths about teamwork you will want to avoid
- Understand the psychological science underlying teamwork and related research findings
- Know the seven proven drivers of team effectiveness
- Learn practical ways to apply the science of teamwork at work
- Learn about a simple, proven way to boost team effectiveness
Note: This session will not be recorded; however, you will receive a reference guide after the session to review the material and resources covered.
About our facilitator:
Scott Tannenbaum, PhD, is President and Co-Founder of The Group for Organizational Effectiveness (gOE). Throughout his career, Dr. Tannenbaum has served as a consultant and advisor to organizations across all major industries. Under his leadership, gOE has provided advice, tools, and training to over 500 organizations globally, including 30+ Fortune 100 companies and numerous government and military organizations.
For the last 30 years, Scott and his colleagues have worked with all types of teams, including corporate teams – such as senior leadership, finance, manufacturing, sales, project, insurance, engineering, and technology teams. They’ve supported many medical and military teams, as well as more “extreme” teams, going up in planes with Smoke Jumpers, out on cruise ships after the Costa Concordia incident, down in coal mines, and out on oil rigs in the North Sea and Gulf of Mexico. Recently he has been studying deep sea saturation dive teams and aerospace crews to help NASA prepare for future space missions.
Formerly an award-winning tenured professor in the business school at the University at Albany in New York, he holds a Ph.D. in Industrial/Organizational Psychology. A recognized expert on training, change management, and team effectiveness, Dr. Tannenbaum has over 175 publications and professional presentations. He has written books on knowledge management, team effectiveness, and HR technologies, and reviewed for 25 professional journals. His research has been cited over 17,000 times and received awards from the National Academy of Management, the American Society for Training and Development, The Journal of Small Group Research, and Emerald Management Reviews. He was named a Fellow of the Society of Industrial and Organizational Psychologists and was given their Distinguished Professional Contributions Award for lifetime achievements. His latest book, Teams That Work, will be published by Oxford University Press in September.
About The Group for Organizational Effectiveness:
Since 1987, gOE, (Group for Organizational Effectiveness) has provided consulting and research services to many well-known Fortune 1000 companies, mid-sized corporations, and government agencies including Johnson & Johnson, GE, BP, NASA, The Hartford, MetLife, Crayola, St. Paul Travelers, Roche, MD Anderson, Wells Fargo, HP, Sears, Merck, UnitedHealth Group, Carnival, McGraw-Hill, Cedars-Sinai, UBS, Medtronic, CNA, Tiffany & Co., Progressive Insurance, and the US, UK and Swedish Armed Services.
gOE has extensive hands-on experience diagnosing organizational issues, drawing out insights from experts, designing and building interventions, implementing solutions, facilitating change, and evaluating effectiveness. Our award-winning tools gOEbase and DebriefNow have been adopted for use by over 500 organizations globally, including over one-third of the Fortune 100.
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