How To Build & Contribute To A Winning Team
February 21, 2018 @ 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm| $10 – $20
— WHEN YOUR TEAM IS ALIGNED & INSPIRED, ANYTHING IS POSSIBLE —
This month, Team Austin brings you four successful C-Suite leaders to discuss how they’ve built and lead highly effective teams, and habits you can implement to become the best teammate possible.
Date: Wednesday, February 21st, 2018
Where: Favor HQ, 1705 Guadalupe Street, 3rd Floor
Who: Distinguished Panel of Austin Startup Leaders
Jag Bath, CEO & President, Favor
Alan S. Knitowski, CEO & Co-Founder, Phunware
Julia Cheek, CEO & Founder, EverlyWell
Cheryl Mills-Knight, Brand Director, Kendra Scott
Moderator: Royal Frasier, Director of Communications, Notley Ventures
**Spots are Limited – Get Your Tickets Early**
When a team is truly aligned and firing on all cylinders…anything is possible.
In today’s fast-paced world of collaboration, mastering team dynamics and performance can make all the difference between a startup’s success and failure.
Whether you’re a CEO, manager, or on the front lines, how do you help unify your team behind a common goal?
How do you ensure everyone’s ideas are being heard, including your own?
How do you inspire yourself and others to reach beyond their limits?
Our panelists’ company headcount ranges from the single digits to over 500 and they’ll share lessons they’ve learned about building and leading incredibly effective teams.
You will learn:
How leaders empower and inspire their teams to greatness
How to align your team with a common mission-driven purpose
How to increase team effectiveness and productivity
Daily habits to motivate contributions from every team member
The do’s and don’ts of managing team dynamics and diverse personalities
Culture First: How to Lead with Your Mission & Values In Every Conversation
Open Communication: Inspiring Ideas From Everyone In The Business
Growth-Minded Feedback: Giving & Handling Critique The Right Way
Team Building 101: What Skills Are Present In Effective Teams and Why
2018 and Beyond: How Leadership Should Enable & Trust Employees Moving Forward