5 Characteristics of High-Performing Teams

Tuesday, February 6, 2024 1:00pm - 2:00pm EST

Host: Association for Talent Development
By: Gil Brady, Principal and Author, Core Strengths

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Join us for a transformative webinar tailored for L&D professionals. Uncover the five key characteristics needed to unlock high-performing teams that yield exceptional results. Learn strategies to foster an inclusive, innovative environment where authenticity thrives, healthy debate sparks creativity, trust is foundational, and relationships pave the way to unparalleled success.

Explore how high-performing teams:

  • Harness individual strengths, roles, and interactions to shape team dynamics.
  • Foster an atmosphere of inclusivity, diverse perspectives, mutual respect, and active participation.
  • Apply proven strategies for enhanced team efficiency, communication, and collective success.

Primary Capability Covered: Collaboration & Leadership

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Gil Brady
Gil Brady

Principal and Author, Core Strengths

Gil Brady, PhD, is an accomplished executive team development expert and leadership consultant. With a client roster including companies like Anheuser-Busch, Harley Davidson, New York Life, Abbvie, R1 RCM, and Xylem, Gil helps executives enhance their relationship intelligence and become effective leaders. Graduating from the United States Military Academy at West Point in 1987, Gil’s diverse career spans pharmaceuticals, biotechnology, education, and leadership development. He holds a doctorate in education from George Washington University and an MEd in educational administration from Santa Clara University, and he serves on the boards of Curriki and Cristo Rey High School.