Looking forward to being the keynote speaker at the Acadiana Society for Human Resource Management SHRM event in Lafayette, LA next week!


Quickly Maximize Performance, Engagement, Teamwork, and Problem-Solving

Think about the best team you’ve ever been on. The team that was the most collaborative, connected, and productive. How did it feel to be connected to something bigger and feel like you could accomplish anything? What if you could recreate that feeling, teamwork, and success on every team you were on? What if you could create it across your entire organization? 

What you just thought of is the most powerful business asset. It’s the foundation for a highly successful “people strategy.”

Teamwork is the number one “soft skill” every employee must master. It’s also the least understood skill.

In this interactive session, attendees will learn how to “dial in” to the right behaviors to maximize employee engagement, teamwork, and performance to make a significant impact in their organizations. They’ll also play the Cards Against Mundanity game (in small groups) so they’ll experience how these strategies will work for them along with building relationships with other attendees.

More than 20,000 employees have played Cards Against Mundanity in organizations such as Amazon, Southwest Airlines, Ernst & Young, Google, Gillette, Microsoft, Oracle, Blue Cross Blue Shield, Worldwide Express, CareHere, Oklahoma City Thunder (NBA team), Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, Novartis, Merck, Intel, Thermo Fisher Scientific, and many others. It’s been used in every size organization and every industry. 

Attendees will:

  • Learn the “secret” strategies to quickly maximize performance, engagement, teamwork, and problem-solving.
  • Discover how to build high levels of trust both internally and externally with third-parties to instantly create great working relationships and maximize productivity.
  • Receive the team building game, Cards Against Mundanity, that they can use in their organization, along with follow-up activities.
  • Walk away with 11 best practices on how to manage, interact and engage (up, down and across) much more effectively to maximize teamwork and reduce conflicts.

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