Weaving Learning Throughout A Team’s Work

  • June 20, 2018
  • 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
  • Clark University (Grace Room in Higgins Center) 950 Main Street, Worcester

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CMATD presents:   

Weaving Learning Throughout A Team’s Work

In this era when agile, collaborative, teams are needed to take on complex challenges, ongoing learn-ing is crucial for effective teaming. This interactive session will add to your knowledge base and your toolkit. We will start by identifying fundamental qualities of great teams by looking at recent scholar-ship and internal research by Google. We will then consider practical ways to encourage learning throughout a team’s lifecycle: when it is just starting up (a time that team learning is vitally important but often neglected), while the team is carrying out its work, and when significant projects are com-pleted or the team disbands. We will also consider real life examples of helping teams communicate and learn when they were having difficulties. A handout packet with tools and suggestions for fur-ther learning will be provided.

Learning objectives:

 Explore research supporting the importance of ongoing learning for great teams.

 Consider principles for how learning can be encouraged throughout a team’s lifecycle.

 Gain practical tips and tools for encouraging team learning.

 Reflect on how you can use what we discuss with teams that you work with.

Speaker bio:

Bob Greene, M.S., engages individuals and teams in essential conversations that lead to insight, crea-tivity, and action. As a coach and organization development consultant, he asks powerful questions and facilitates vital conversations so clients gain perspective to reach their goals. Areas of focus in-clude: leadership coaching, building inclusive teams, strategic planning, and organizational assess-ment.

With over 20 years experience, Bob serves as a trusted thinking partner. Through one-to-one coach-ing and skillfully facilitated team dialogue, he helps clients identify and address internal and external obstacles that keep them stuck. Bob has earned degrees in psychology and human services and has published articles and facilitated workshops and webinars on leading organizational change, building real teams, diversity and inclusion, and other topics. He is also an avid photographer, and a sample of his images is available at bobgreene-photography.net.

Bob Greene Coaching & Consulting’s website is: www.BGCoach.net. Contact Bob at Bob@BGCoach.net and follow him on Twitter: @BobGCoach.



Program Schedule:

  • Dinner and Networking 6:00 – 6:30
  • Program begins at 6:30


 Thank you to our sponsor - Clark University



 Online registration closes the day prior to the program; we welcome and encourage you to attend and pay at the door.


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