3 Simple Questions:
Are you part of a team at work?
Do any of them work in different locations than you?
Is the team made up of different nationalities, cultures or backgrounds?
If you've answered yes to all 3,
then you are facing
a trifecta of potential chaos!
Not only do you have to help the team work together effectively, you have to do that with some working remotely! Add to that the complexity of working with different nationalities and cultures, and you’ve got a lot of potential frustration.
Without effective strategies in place, miscommunications lead to team dissatisfaction, decreased engagement and even burnout, missed deadlines, unhappy customers and ultimately, missed revenue targets and high employee turnover.
All of this can end up costing a fortune and leaving everyone on the team with a massive headache.
But what if you could be part of a high performing, cohesive team?
. . . a team where members have trust and connection
. . . a team that collaborates, that communicates smoothly
. . . a team that rapidly and productively handles any conflicts
and, ideally . . .
. . . a team whose output is more than the sum of its parts
and maybe even . . .
. . . a team that has fun together in the process!
Join us on July 16th to find out how to make this happen on YOUR team!
So how do you help your team operate at peak performance?
Even if you're not the leader!
By understanding the fundamentals principles of high performing teams and learning to apply them within your team
By learning how to adapt those principles specifically to a remote environment
By adapting work practices to ensure all cultures and work styles are provided for
Deborah Smith Cook and Sophie Lechner each have several decades of experience, in the US and abroad, managing cross-functional global teams in large corporations, non-profits, the government and small and medium-size businesses.
They have acquired a wealth of know-how and are now offering to share it with you in this webinar.
Join this webinar to learn:
Key lessons on promoting high performance on remote cross-cultural teams
How to build trust and connection on your team, leading to better decisions
Methods to improve collaboration for increased productivity
Ways to utilize conflict productively to support innovation
You will leave this session with concrete recommendations to improve your own team.
So, do you want to work in a cohesive, high performing team?
If so, click below and register for this complimentary seminar on Thursday, July 16, 2020 at 10am ET.
About The Presenters:
Sophie Lechner is Founder & CEO of Global Commerce Education, Inc (GCE). After 25 years in global strategy on multicultural teams, Sophie founded GCE, creating the G2 Experience program to accelerate companies’ global expansion. GCE provides business leaders with a roadmap to enter the US market, including strategic guidance on the choice of market entry channel, cultural and communication training, and targeted networking to meet experts, vetted service providers and potential customers.
She began her career as in-house legal counsel for Bouygues, then British Petroleum in France. After completing her MBA she joined Pfizer in New York where she led teams and projects across many countries, managed professional education for several billion-dollar global brands and pioneered the role of Alliance Manager. She later joined Bayer where she led multinational conferences and workshops for physicians and researchers.
As a certified cross-cultural trainer, an online educator and a US market entry specialist, Sophie speaks in the U,S, and abroad at workshops, conferences and webinars in collaboration with companies, universities and national development agencies.
Sophie has a Bachelor’s of Law from King’s College in London, a Maîtrise de Droit and a DESS from Université de Paris I – Panthéon Sorbonne, and a Master’s in Business Administration (MBA) from Columbia University in New York.
Dr. Deborah Smith Cook works with remote teams and remote team leaders to maximize team performance and engagement. Deborah is the owner and president of Atheseus, a coaching and consulting company that delivers team performance coaching, strategy coaching and consulting, and change management through individuals, teams, and organizations to build superior performance.
With over 25 years of experience in strategy consulting and talent development strategy, Dr. Smith Cook has held highly responsible corporate, federal government, and academic positions, most recently with the Securities and Exchange Commission where she designed and executed their learning program.
Deborah earned a doctoral degree from Indiana University in Strategic Management and Organizational Behavior and an MBA from Michigan State University with concentrations in finance and marketing. Deborah was a Fulbright Scholar to INSEAD in Fontainebleau, France.