Webvent

How to Increase Team Engagement for Greater Results

Tuesday, September 12, 2017 1:00pm - 2:00pm EDT  
Host: Association for Talent Development
By: Tony Lynch, Managing Director, Keep Thinking Big

Leaders and managers can often find it very challenging to foster team engagement. With internal pressures to increase profits and stronger competition in the marketplace, how do you stay ahead? How can you make an average team a very successful team? How can you increase engagement from the team that enhances the performance, productivity, and profitability of a company?

In this webcast, we will look at these challenges and how, through the right approach to team engagement, you can handle the challenges that many companies are experiencing.

In this webcast, you will learn:

  • what mangers and leaders need to know about team engagement
  • what a team needs to feel, understand, and hear
  • how to keep teams engaged and motivated.
     

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Tony  Lynch
Tony Lynch

Managing Director, Keep Thinking Big

Tony Lynch is a leader and entrepreneur with more than 30 years of experience in sales and management. During this time, he has trained many people in sales, management, and leadership. As a seasoned leader, he works with many people to help them go farther, faster. Tony has not only been a TEDx speaker; Inc.com included him on its list of 100 Great Leadership Speakers for Your Next Conference. He serves on the President Advisory Council for the John Maxwell Team, as well as the Simulcast Advisory Council for the John Maxwell Company. His company, Keep Thinking Big, provides training programs that help deliver a process to enjoy greater influence, impact, and income. His blog, www.KeepThinkingBig.com, has a readership from more than 100 countries.


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