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One of the biggest barriers preventing teams from getting the results they want is the lack of a clear strategy. Effective teams have a crystal-clear strategy that keeps everyone focused and aligned towards achieving team goals and objectives. They have strategic processes to create emotional connections and commitment to the strategy and communicate it well so that everyone is crystal-clear about their roles, goals, expectations and progress.
This engaging presentation will reveal the 4 Key Questions of a Crystal Clear Strategy and you will learn how to: Develop team identity by clarifying purpose, values and roles. Provide clear direction by clarifying the team vision, goals and objectives. Keep the team focused on doing the ‘right things’ by clarifying the team mission, strategic priorities and critical activities. Measure progress with benchmarks, targets and milestones.
Discover how to Invent Your Future and get your team focused, aligned and accountable.
Date: Thursday, 24th August, 2017
Time: 5:30 to 8:00 PM, talk starts 6pm
Venue: AECOM Office, GPO Building, Level 6, 3 Forrest Place, Perth 6000
Kindly register for catering purposes. This is a free event
David is a team development specialist and founder of the Exceptional Teams Academy. He empowers teams to lift performance through speaking, training, facilitation and consulting and has worked with over 300 organisations in 10 countries. David is the author of more than 20 books including ‘Why you click with some people and others drive you crazy!’ and has been a regular speaker for the Masters of Business and Leadership program at the Curtin University Graduate School of Business.