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Developing Self-Managed Teams for the 21st Century

  • 11 Nov 2020
  • 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM
  • Virtual Event
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As leaders and managers you should focus on being an influential leader, not a powerful one. You should develop your teams to have the power. Developing self-directed teams means they can solve MOST of their problems, they can resolve MOST of their team conflict, they can think outside the box in a creative manner that is proactive and not driven by micro-managers that hover over them constantly. Your team will be accountable for overall success not just responsible for their own individual piece. They will allow you, the manager, to focus on your strengths and skill to actually MANAGE....

Learning Objectives:

  • Difference between team building and team development.  
  • The four stages of team development. 
  • Transition problem solving from you the leader to the team. 
  • Build accountability not just responsibility in the team. 
  • How to build purpose and significance into each team member.

About the presenter: Russ Genzmer

I retired in 2012 after 29 years with Ameritas Life Insurance in Lincoln. From 2000 to 2010 I served as Vice President of Technology and Business Analysts. From 2010 to 2012 I served as Vice President of Organizational Development and Training. I was accountable for leading teams from as small as 5 to as many as 302 during 29 years with the company.

I now have Genzmer Consulting where I provide consulting, seminars, workshops and keynote addresses to over 9,125 leaders, managers and staff since 2013 from all over the United States. I have delivered keynote addresses to audiences as large as 873 attendees.

I am also a certified member of Korn/Ferry Lominger International Leadership studies and certified in 360 Degree Feedback Assessment, Leadership Development and Coaching as well as Lominger Leadership Architect Development processes.

I am a past member of the Association of Information Professionals, Past President and Division Director of the Association of Systems Management and served on the Southeast Community College Curriculum Review Board for six years.



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