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The 2020 **VIRTUAL** ATD-Central Indiana Chapter Learning Summit

Friday, November 20, 2020


Leveraging the Power of Teams in a Remote Environment: Using the Five Behaviors of a Virtual Team

Work, and the way we work, is presenting new challenges. And one of those challenges is to find opportunity in the challenge. To keep up with a world that isn’t slowing down we need teams that see change as an opportunity instead of a burden. Individuals with the skills and knowledge it takes to be effective team members are more critical now than ever. It’s time to rethink teamwork and make the most of the opportunities to collaborate. That’s where The Five Behaviors of a Cohesive Team™ model can provide a solution. Based on best-selling author Patrick Lencioni’s ground-breaking model, The Five Behaviors serves as the foundation for high-performing teams by emphasizing five key behaviors: Trust, Conflict, Commitment, Accountability, and Results. This model empowers team members to shape new behaviors, increase productivity, and create a common language that completely redefines what it means to work together and drive results. In this workshop, you will gain tools to implement at your organization and help your employees thrive in team environments, whether in person or remotely; whether in leadership roles or in other team environments.

Learning Objectives:

  • Identify key team behaviors and attributes necessary for team growth and increased productivity and engagement
  • Identify how each of the Five Behaviors can be applied and used to enhance productivity in remote work environments
  • Implement new mindsets, skills, and communication strategies to help teams be more productive and engaged

    Kurt Schoch provides leadership coaching and organizational development to business owners and other leaders to assist them with creating a vision for their future and developing plans to achieve that vision, professionally and organizationally.  Kurt challenges clients to stretch their potential and overcome barriers to their potential. 

    Kurt brings over 35 years’ experience in corporate training, organizational development, and performance improvement to help organizations in any industry and any size business.   He has assisted faith leaders with implementation of ministry action plans, nonprofit executives with organization assessments, helped small business owners understand team members’ motivation, and helped department directors in large organizations create more cohesive and effective teams.

    He is an adjunct faculty member in the School of Business at the University of Indianapolis and serves as a Leadership Coach in the Lacy School of Business MBA program at Butler University.  He was a Master Examiner on the 2019 National Board of Examiners for the Malcolm Baldrige National Quality Award
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