Creating Highly Effective Teams – Recognizing And Correcting Dysfunction
ANDREW DONOFRIO has spent the majority of his life in leadership positions. At 19, he started his career in law enforcement and at 24 was promoted to Sergeant. During his 25 years in law enforcement, Andrew advanced to Lieutenant and created and grew a nationally-recognized Computer Crimes Unit. Upon retirement, he leveraged this experience to establish his own IT security auditing firm, which he grew and handed off to his youngest son.
Andrew soon realized that his life-long passion of developing professionals and building teams could be a new chapter in life. He launched Andrew Donofrio, LLC, a thriving practice specializing in business consulting, professional coaching, and training. He is a specialist in organization, professional, and leadership development, helping individuals achieve their greatest potential.
As a Certified Leadership Speaker, Trainer and Coach, with a Master’s Degree in Management and vast business, leadership, and team-building insights, Andrew is passionate about improving the condition of organizations and changing the lives of professionals. Andrew helps companies, organizations, and professionals at all levels to develop, improve, and grow!
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One of the primary responsibilities of leaders in any industry is to develop and foster the cohesiveness of teamwork. Though simple in concept, it is probably the greatest challenge a leader faces. In order to meet this challenge, we must recognize the causes of team dysfunction and then develop strategies to address the problems. Moreover, leaders need to be able to effectively and impactfully communicate in order to bring about change. This workshop will cover the six dysfunctions of teams and provide methods to combat them.
- Recognize and Identify the Dysfunctions of a Team
- Methods and Strategies for Correcting and Eliminating Dysfunction Within the Team
- How to Create Healthy, Productive, and Impactful Teams
- Leadership Skills for Leading Team Work
Who Should Attend
- Leaders and Managers at All Levels
- Professionals Looking to Improve Their Role Within a Team Environment and Take on More Responsibility