Regardless of your role on a team, using the Extraordinary Team Inventory (ETI) can help you and the team achieve extraordinary levels. In this webinar, you’ll experience and learn a process to use this thoroughly researched tool to increase your team’s effectiveness and engagement. This session is not about getting your team out of the hole or repairing dysfunction—it is about using the ETI to build and develop a fully engaged environment that allows its members to move into the absolutely “WOW” kind of experience of being on an extraordinary team.
Deborah Ward is an established organizational development consultant and an internationally experienced training facilitator specializing in management and leadership development. She specializes in workshops for engineering, scientific, and technical firms.
Todd Weinstein is a certified executive coach with 20 years’ worth of experience as an HR professional, leadership consultant, and strategic business partner. He’s been an advisor, coach, mentor, or facilitator to hundreds of leaders at all levels and with diverse teams. His coaching is based on rigorous training at the world-renowned Hudson Institute of Coaching and is accredited through the International Coaching Federation (ICF).
Training Tools for Developing Great People Skills
This event is sponsored by HRDQ. For 45 years HRDQ has provided research-based, off-the-shelf soft-skills training resources for classroom, virtual, and online training. From assessments and workshops to experiential hands-on games, HRDQ helps organizations improve performance, increase job satisfaction, and more.
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Extraordinary Teams Inventory 2.0
What’s the difference between an ordinary team and an extraordinary one? Extraordinary teams can achieve tangible results, but they also do something ordinary teams cannot; they cultivate an exciting, collaborative environment built upon mutual trust, respect, and engagement.
Creating Chemistry in Teams Customizable Course
Chemistry in Teams: How to Build a Team that Everyone Wants to Join is appropriate for anyone who may have influence on the structure of a team. It shows participants how to identify and correlate diverse but complementary skills, characteristics, and strengths to team roles.
“It was very informative and I appreciated how it was more interactive than if it were a lecture style.”
“This information was great. During these unprecedented times, many teams are working harder as well as adopting new roles. Any resource that is offered to strengthen the team’s function and purpose is invaluable. I will be sharing this resource with our Training Department. Thank you.”
“The webinar presenters Todd and Debbie complimented one another as they guided their audience through the whirlwind of daily challenges and as they set the stage to a healthy road map for enhanced effectiveness on teams.”