"17 Indisputable Laws of Teamwork" (On Board)
- Learn proven principles of teamwork that are necessary for success;
- Learn practical application lessons from each law; and,
- Understand the “how-to” and attitudes that make a successful team so that you can be a better team player as well as a better team leader; and, Build a scorecard based on key performance indicators that provide a method of assessing whether or not the team is on track.
Teamwork is essential. The silo approach to growth just does not work. It requires everyone on the team to be working, and accountability is key. Having a bunch of hardworking individuals isn’t enough. Chemistry isn’t necessarily the answer either. No matter what, it is the leader’s responsibility to bring the team together and lead them to victory.
In this session, we will discuss the key attributes of a successful team based on the work from leadership expert and author, John C. Maxwell’s the 17 Indisputable Laws of Teamwork. This session will provide the path for you and your team to understand how successful collaborations work and why it’s so important for each member of the team to be bringing their best. Together we will identify why some teams tend to skyrocket while others go nowhere.
Sheila Eason is founder and CEO of Elevate People Solutions, LLC, a leadership and personal development consultancy. With more than 25 years of experience helping organizations leverage its human capital to its maximum potential, she provides workshops and training in the areas of leadership and personal development and diversity and inclusion.
She is a Certified Speaker, Trainer, and Coach with the John Maxwell Team. As a speaker and trainer, Sheila delivers interactive and educational experiences to her audiences in order to Elevate their skills and develop transformational leaders. As a coach, she helps create awareness and facilitate learning/growth in her clients.
Sheila holds SHRM-SCP certification through the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) and maintains SPHR certification through the Human Resource Certification Institute (HRCI). She is Past President of the Northwest Ohio Human Resource Association where she served as Diversity Chair and Diversity Conference Chair for three and four years, respectively.