Developing High-Performance Leadership Teams

Monday, November 24, 2014 2:00pm - 3:00pm EST  
Host: Association for Talent Development
By: Lynda McDermott, President, EquiPro International

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During the past couple of decades, organizations have increasingly become enamored with the power of teams. However, if the team you are working with is a leadership team, comprised of "leaders of leaders," it will be difficult for them to build collaborative team-oriented relationships with their peers and hold themselves mutually accountable to achieve meaningful results.

By attending this session you will be able to:

  • define what leadership teams do and ensure that you have the right leadership team structure
  • identify the specific benefits your organization will receive by investing in leadership team development and how to measure success
  • launch a new leadership team
  • address the unique challenges facing leadership teams
  • assess the competencies required to be a successful leadership team member and to lead a leadership team
  • support a leadership team’s development as a leader, trainer, coach, or facilitator.


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Lynda McDermott
Lynda McDermott

President, EquiPro International

Lynda has developed leadership teams in more than 35 countries in a wide variety of industries. She is a Certified Speaking Professional with a master’s degree in organization development, and is a speaker, consultant, and coach. In addition to her best-selling book, World Class Teams, she is the author of three ATD TD at Work publications, including “Basics of Emotional Intelligence," “The Power of Peer Coaching," and "Developing High-Performance Leadership Teams."

Lynda’s clients, which include Pfizer, Hearst Magazines, Eli Lilly, Vogue magazine, NYK Liner, and Indianapolis Power & Light, repeatedly seek Lynda’s counsel for help to continuously improve their individual and organizational results.

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