A New Model of Team Performance: Optimizing Team Brain Power for Maximum Results

A New Model of Team Performance: Optimizing Team Brain Power for Maximum Results
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Organizations increasingly recognize the value of engaged employees in driving productivity. Teams that are empowered, motivated, and fully engaged have the potential to unlock new levels of productivity and success.

Topic expert Kevin Sensenig hosts an interactive webinar to address this crucial aspect to help your team. Learn some of this webinar’s main topics and important takeaways in this blog.

Join Kevin’s webinar and boost your team’s performance in
A New Model of Team Performance: Optimizing Team Brainpower for Maximum Results

Whole Brain® Model Breakdown

In the Whole Brain® Model, we all can think in various ways. It is a quadrant-based model with four colors that have several components

Whole Brain® Model Component Colors

  • blue
  • yellow
  • red
  • green

In this model, some may prefer certain kinds of thinking over others, yet everyone has access to all four quadrants. Applying Whole Brain® Thinking means fully leveraging one’s preferences, stretching to other quadrants when necessary, and adapting to and taking advantage of those around you to improve performance and results. Whole Brain® Thinking acknowledges that while different tasks require different mental processes, others prefer different thinking. Organizations will get better results when they can strategically leverage the full spectrum of analytical, organizational, strategic, and interpersonal thinking.

Accepting differences and diversity is also crucial to optimizing team performance. Focusing on leading as a team and moving forward together is vital. Pay close attention to both agility and ability.

Applying research on employee engagement and performance

The webinar will delve into the latest research on employee engagement and its impact on team performance. Participants will learn practical applications for boosting employee engagement to achieve specific business objectives. Leaders can implement strategies to create a supportive and motivating work environment by understanding the factors that drive engagement. Whether it’s providing growth opportunities, recognizing achievements, or fostering open communication, attendees will gain insights into optimizing team performance through employee engagement.

Assembling engaged teams for challenging business problems

The webinar will also explore strategies successful organizations like Caesars Entertainment and Microsoft Game Studios use to assemble engaged teams capable of tackling complex business problems. By fostering a culture of engagement and aligning team goals with individual aspirations, leaders can create motivated and committed teams to achieve exceptional outcomes. Sensenig will guide participants through exercises and examples that showcase how these organizations effectively engage their employees to drive innovation, collaboration, and outstanding results.

Components to team success:

  • Diversity
  • Agility
  • Engagement
  • Focus


How can one foster an engaged team and boost performance?

Engaging employees is critical to optimizing team performance in today’s competitive business landscape. By embracing a culture of employee engagement and employing the tools and techniques discussed in the webinar, leaders can unlock the full potential of their teams. Organizations can drive superior results and achieve their goals through enhanced motivation, innovation, and commitment. Join Kevin Sensenig and discover how to engage your employees and unleash their full potential, ultimately boosting team performance and fostering a thriving work environment.

Revamp your team’s performance in Kevin’s webinar on rethinking your team performance model.

Join this webinar today and learn practical team empowerment tools and think-centered methods to foster employee engagement, thereby enhancing team performance.

 About the Author

Kevin Sensenig is VP of Learning & Development for Herrmann International ⇗ , working closely with CEO Ann Herrmann. He brings 20+ years of experience in management, leadership, education, and training for organizations. Before his current position, he served as Global Vice President of Learning and Organization Development for Dale Carnegie®, where he led the global trainer network, and as CEO & Managing Director for JR Rodgers & Associates, Inc., Dale Carnegie Systems®, supporting senior executives in growing their business and developing their people. His specializations include organization assessment, strategic facilitation regarding business planning and succession, and business training and coaching.

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