Given the extensive succession challenges facing the industry, organizations are searching for possible solutions to alleviate the concerns. One aspect of organizations that is often overlooked is the value of high-performing teams. The ability of next generation leaders to build collaborative teams will be an increasingly critical competency as they prepare to move to higher levels of responsibility. Yet a high percentage of teams (nearly 80%) continue to limit their potential by operating in substandard, dysfunctional levels of engagement. If effective team collaboration can dramatically impact organizational performance and individual outcomes, how should we go about building an effective team? Through an exploration of the essential ingredients of building a peak team, you will learn how to leverage the strengths of your individual team members to operate at your peak level of performance. Teams will continue to play a large role in the future success of our organizations and the ability to build peak teams an essential competency for next-generation leaders.
- Traits of high-performing teams
- Benefits of building peak teams in relation to succession
- Tips on maximizing effective team communication
- Opportunities for increasing collaboration in the team environment
Timothy J. Tokarczyk
Principal, FMI Corporation
Timothy is a principal with FMI. He is deeply involved in leadership training, organizational consulting and content development. He also serves as a facilitator at FMI’s Leadership Institute, a four-day program in which participants examine their unique leadership styles and learn how these styles influence others. He specializes in leadership development, helping leaders improve their leadership and management skills to operate at their peak level of effectiveness.
Tim has prior experience in recruitment and leadership selection, working to help a high-growth organization more effectively recruit new employees to fit not only the job, but the culture as well. He has also worked as a consultant for a nonprofit consulting firm, providing management, financial, marketing and operational consulting to small business owners.
Tim holds a masters of business administration degree from Ohio University and a bachelor of arts degree in English and political science from Marietta College, with minors in leadership studies and history. He is also a graduate of the Coach U Core Essentials Program.
Networking & Food/Drink: 5:30PM-7:00PM
Food & Drink: Registration includes heavy appetizers, wine and beer
Catering: Boston Winery
Parking: There is ample free parking available on site