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Discount code (for use by TAG Members only): MK6FSUJH Do you work on a virtual team? Most people in today’s companies work on one or more virtual teams or teams that are ½ virtual and ½ co-located. Join us for this webinar on Tuesday and learn how to make your virtual team function at top performance levels. You’ll learn how to: • Organize critical information • Run virtual meetings • Use social media as a collaboration tool • Get buy-in from team members on goals and objectives • Resolve differences Benefits You’ll get insights for staying on task, meeting stated objectives, closing projects on time, and increasing camaraderie. With over 25 years in the speaking and training field, Karla is experienced at listening to clients and designing leadership and team building programs that get results whether that is a keynote for a conference, retreat, or regional meeting or an in-company training program. She can teach your managers how to improve their influence skills and have greater impact when interfacing with their employees. In the process, Karla has learned the secrets of how leaders can earn the discretionary effort of employees and have discovered an immutable law: the company with the most discretionary effort wins in the marketplace. Being a co-author of a forthcoming book, "Leadership by Superior Relationships" has helped Karla solidify 5 steps for managing the work environment that bring you economic sustainability and increased profitability. With the information she can give your leadership team, they will excel in aligning employees with organizational goals to move your organization forward. Specialties: *Leadership by Superior Relationships *Leading a Virtual Team *Professional Development: Human Behavior Depuzzler + Gallup Strengths Finder 2.0* *Communication Skills: Easy and Effortless Difficult Conversations: How to have authentic dialog. *Creativity, Change and Innovation *Email: Surviving Avalanche Email *Time Management: Manage the Chaos, Bedlam and Pandemonium *Time Management and Microsoft Outlook Visit www.KarlaBrandau.com for more information.
Organizations change because leaders own and drive the change, whether they’re at the top, middle or bottom of the hierarchy. Executives often end up in leadership positions based on deep technical knowledge and skills. To be effective, however, leaders need skills they can use to influence their team members, their peers, and their own leadership. An emphasis on accountability, responsibility and ownership of the success of a project is important, but equally important is teaching people how to get things done through and with other people. Making Change Happen When you Aren’t In Charge (or Even When You Are) covers practical ideas to influence stakeholders one-on-one. Participants will walk away from the session with an assortment of easy to use ideas to immediately apply with key stakeholders at work, in the community and at home. About the speaker: Fred Jewell is an Executive Director at Jabian Consulting. Fred brings a wealth of experience from over 20 years in the consulting industry helping companies make their strategic initiatives stick. Fred has experience leading from the bottom, middle and top of the organization, holding key positions in IT transformation and change management, IT delivery, quality management, IT outsourcing, and software process improvement. Fred holds both a BS and an MS in Engineering from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, specializing in Human Factors and Engineering Psychology.
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The Technology Association of Georgia (TAG) is a leading technology industry association dedicated to the promotion and economic advancement of the state’s technology industry. TAG provides leadership in driving initiatives in the areas of policy, capital, education and giving, and also brings the technology community together through events, initiative programs and networking opportunities. TAG serves as an umbrella organization for 27 affinity groups, or societies, including Women in Technology (WIT). Additionally, TAG’s charitable arm, the TAG Education Collaborative, is focused on helping science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) education initiatives thrive. For more information visit the TAG website at www.tagonline.org or TAG’s community website at www.TAGthink.com.
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