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How U2 Cracked the Code of Team Culture

Friday, April 3, 2015 1:00pm - 2:00pm EDT  
Host: Association for Talent Development
By: Michael Stallard, President, E Pluribus Partners

The rock band U2 went from a band people laughed at to one that received more Grammy awards than any other in history and broke The Rolling Stones' record for the highest-grossing concert tour. How did they do it? Bono, U2's lead singer, says that the way the band works is more extraordinary than its music.

In this webcast, you will learn the vocabulary of team culture and how U2's team culture helped the band achieve sustainable superior performance.

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Michael Stallard
Michael Stallard

President, E Pluribus Partners

Michael Lee Stallard is president of E Pluribus Partners, a leadership training and consulting firm based in Greenwich, Connecticut. He speaks and teaches at a wide variety of organizations, including Foote, Cone & Belding; Google; Johnson & Johnson; MD Anderson Cancer Center; NASA; and Scotiabank. Michael is the primary author of Connection Culture: The Competitive Advantage of Shared Identity, Empathy, and Understanding at Work and Fired Up or Burned Out: How to Reignite Your Team’s Passion, Creativity, and Productivity. He writes the CEO Advisor column for FoxBusiness.com and is a regular contributor to SmartBrief. Articles about his work have appeared in leadership periodicals worldwide. He is a faculty member of the Institute for Management Studies and Executive Development Partners. Prior to founding E Pluribus Partners, Michael was chief marketing officer for businesses at Morgan Stanley and Charles Schwab. Earlier in his career, he worked as an executive at Barclays and Texas Instruments. 


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