Karen Shannon is Vice President of Business Consulting/CHRO for Ollis/Akers/Arney. Karen has served in senior leadership positions in banking and human resources for over 30 years. She and her team provided HR services to 5,000 employees across the US, United Kingdom, India and Mexico. Today, she works with world-wide clients on key business and HR strategies which have resulted in cost savings upward of $7 million. Karen received her MBA and BA in Business Administration and Economics from Drury University. She is a graduate of Leadership Missouri, past president of the Junior League, and was appointed to the Board of Trustees for banker education for the Missouri Bankers Association. She has served on the Board of Directors for numerous organizations and is a regular presenter at national and regional conferences. Karen was recognized in 2000 by the Springfield Business Journal in its inaugural class of the Most Influential Women in Business.
Building a High-Performing Team
What distinguishes a high-performing team from one performing at an average level? A team is a group of individuals working toward a set of shared goals that can be best achieved by the individuals working together effectively. In this program, you will learn about things that can limit or enable your team and how to use those to focus on success factors that will make your team soar.
- Identify the personal and organizational benefits of working in teams versus working individually
- Recognize the stages of development that teams typically experience
- Understand Team Success Factors to help your team achieve high performance
- Diagnose what is limiting your team and identify how to overcome those challenges
- Develop a strategy to help your team progress from one stage to the next and achieve high performance more quickly
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