During this power-packed program, Thomas M. Eden of Constangy, Brooks, Smith & Prophete, LLP will guide you through the lessons learned in Google’s Project Aristotle and Project Oxygen. More importantly, you will learn how to apply those lessons to make your workplace teams:
- Smarter, and
- More productive.
Plus, you’ll take away a whole new toolbox of techniques for this brave new world of team building, including:
- Five keys / norms of highly effective teams
- How to establish psychological safety in the workplace
- Best practices for clarifying goals and roles
- Real reasons team members / employees leave
- Eight qualities of great bosses and how to build (be) a better one
- Culture vs. strategy in teams
- Top 5 killers of team morale and work ethic
- Success mapping methods that really work
Product ID: 14285
You also get the essential report – The Successful Manager’s Guide to Managing A Team – a $349 value – absolutely FREE!
Jam-packed with key strategies, practical tips, and techniques used by today’s top managers, this must-read guide explores:
- Identifying Team Objectives
- Teams Are Made of People
- Managing Individuals
- Managing the Team
This essential guide also outlines those six steps needed to equip your team for success:
- Monitor Work Effectively
- Provide Managerial Support
- Look at Safety
- Provide Equipment and Supplies
- Provide Emotional Support
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Thomas M. Eden, III
Partner, Constangy, Brooks, Smith & Prophete, LLP
Tommy Eden's law practice is principally in the areas of Management Labor and Employment Law; Drug Testing Law (DOT Regulated and Non-Regulated) throughout the United States; defense of employers in federal court in all aspects of employment litigation including claims under Title VII, ADA, FMLA, FLSA, ADEA, and retaliatory discharge actions; defense of employers in charges brought with the EEOC, Wage and Hour Division, National Labor Relations Board, and the Department of Labor; and litigation over employee benefits under ERISA. He also counsels employers on Immigration compliance under the Alabama Immigration Act and conducting I-9 audits under the Federal Immigration Act.
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