Taking Your Business to the
Next Level through a
High Performance Team
Douglas will show you how to coach teams to work in synergy and alignment, putting aside their own personal agendas, to achieve the goals and vision of the organization. In this dynamic and interaction presentation, you will learn:
Quick wins for getting team alignment
How you can create a High Performance team
Going beyond “team building” to “team transformation”
Eight elements of a High Performance Team
How to assess team performance and measure progress
Douglas Gerber, Author, Certified Professional Facilitator (CPF) and Coach (PCC) has coached hundreds of leadership teams to success. His new book “Team Quotient, How to Build High Performance Teams that Win Every Time”, is the operating manual for building High Performance Teams.
Does your business have lots of talented individuals, but not working well together? Learn how a collective team focus can bring your business to the next level; executives working together, instead of just on their own silo agendas.
Douglas R. Gerber is Founder and CEO of Focus One, a consulting firm that helps leaders create High Performance Teams. After 23 years as a corporate executive, he developed a reputation for building successful teams. Later, as a consultant, he has personally worked with leaders from over 70 companies to develop their own winning Teams.
Drawing from his own extensive background and 10 years of research, Douglas innovated the concept of “Team Quotient” (TQ). He is a thought leader in the area of team transformation.
The former Vice President of PepsiCo Greater China, Douglas is an IAF (International Association of Facilitators) Certified Professional Facilitator, and an ICF (International Coach Federation) Professional Certified Coach. He earned a Masters degree in International Management from Thunderbird School of Global Management, and is a graduate of the Penn State Executive Program. Douglas has lived in 10 countries and speaks 8 languages.
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