Presented by Ben Dattner
The focus of training and development professionals is often on individuals. In this interactive session, we will consider best practices, tools and techniques for training and developing entire, intact teams. We will explore different metrics and methodologies, and consider the challenges and opportunities of working with teams as opposed to working with individuals.
About the Presenter: Ben Dattner is an organizational psychologist, adjunct professor at New York University, and the author of The Blame Game: How the hidden rules of credit and blame determine our success or failure. As an organizational development consultant, Ben frequently works with teams to define strategy, clarify roles and responsibilities, and develop and implement more efficient and effective ways for the members of the team to communicate and collaborate.
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DATE: Tuesday, May 28, 2013
Time: 12:00 to 1:00 p.m. pacific time (You serve yourself lunch while we serve up some knowledge!)
Location: Your nearest and most comfortable internet connection
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