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Name: The Importance of Teaming for Innovation | CRM-SSBT
Date: October 13, 2016
Time: 12:00 PM - 4:00 PM EDT
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Event Description:

Collaborative Group Development Training Series

The collective strength and knowledge of a group is greater than those of any one individual – which is why this series will teach professionals how to foster collaborative group development. The process aims to uncover those strengths, creating an opportunity for individuals to use those skills as part of the group process. The result? A stronger unit.

Session: The Importance of Teaming for Innovation - Thursday, October 13th

Inspired by Amy Edmondson’s Teaming to Innovate, this workshop focuses on building and developing teams that spur creativity and share knowledge and expertise by working together. Attendees will learn about the five steps of teaming, which include aiming high, teaming up, failing well, learning fast and repeating.

Bart Crawford is the CEO and Founder of Crawford Collaborative Consulting, a consulting firm that helps individuals and leaders collaborate to achieve personal and professional goals. Crawford has 35 years of experience in human relations capacities, including individual and group development, organizational consulting and training for adult learners. crawfordcollaborativeconsulting.com


​Glen Fayolle is the Co-founder and Lead Change Guide for Vertex Innovation. His areas of expertise include creative problem solving, strategic guidance, innovative thinking, leadership development and building high-performing teams. vertexinnovation.com

All sessions will be led by Bart Crawford, CEO and Founder, Crawford Collaborative Consulting, and Glen Fayolle, Co-Founder of Vertex Innovation.

Cost: $50/session. Lunch will be provided.  Registration is required.

Location: American Red Cross on Grand Traverse, Community Room Space
Location:
American Red Cross
Fees/Admission:

$50 per person. Lunch will be provided.

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