Teaming: Accountable to the Whole for a Bigger Goal
Date: Thursday, February 21, 2019
Location: Buchanan Hall – Advanced Technology and Business Center
Ceding the constant drive to go your own way in a culture that honors individual achievement is painful to contemplate, but is necessary to achieve the bigger goal. Successful teaming is a next-level professional skill and elevated workplace behavior that you can aspire to, learn, and claim as ability with tools and practice. Whether you come to team meetings with the innate need to control all tasks or you have a natural desire to be an in-the-background contributor, this workshop can help you contribute to your team’s overall effectiveness. Discover how individual accountability, in sharing knowledge as well as tasks, coupled with a challenging goal, can be perfectly merged as teaming. When you are accountable to the whole for a bigger goal, participants will learn they can achieve more than anyone can do alone.
Facilitator: Sandra Flikkema
Sandra Flikkema delivers a unique combination of experience in coaching, training, and career management, leading managers to make strategic changes in communication, business, and relational skills. Throughout her career, she has partnered with directors, managers, and professionals to leverage their full career potential using practical, skill-building techniques to support business results.
Sandra began her career in human resources and consulting in the Chicago area. Her training expertise includes upgrading customer service, resilience, change management, coaching and leadership skills, and career management. She has a master’s degree in organizational communication and is a knowledgeable and trusted advisor to help client’s reach optimal performance and success.