An interactive exploration of what drives teams crazy (and what to do about it)
May 22,[masked]:30 pm - 8:45 pm
San Rafael Corporate Center, 750 Lindaro Street San Rafael
$20 for non-members, Free for members
Register at www.softech.org
Every team has the capability to achieve extraordinary performance results.
So why do so few ever realize this potential? We know why.
An engaging introduction to some of the fundamental challenges associated with how teams make decisions and how they can be overcome. We’ll examine your brain through the lens of neuroscience research to understand its strengths and limitations, then relate it back to specific challenges pertaining to creativity, roles, change, team processes and trust. Instead of a lecture format, we’ll use an experiential “learning lab” approach, allowing you to test some of these theories out for yourself using interactive activities. We’ll wrap up with a creative debrief discussion to synthesize the “Ah-Ha” moments into specific actions to start working on TODAY.
Workshop will cover…
Key insights from “Your Brain at Work” by David Rock
Group decision making choices and challenges
Interactive exercises to experience how you actually think under pressure
Suggestions for transforming your team’s performance effectiveness
Jeff Richardson has 16 years of experience developing project leaders at Fortune 50 companies, high-tech startups and global universities. Jeff’s engineering and OD background combined with an expertise using experiential teambuiding activities makes his programs highly engaging and technically relevant.
As an educator, Jeff was one of the lead designers for Stanford’s Advanced Project Management Program, in addition to designing/teaching project leadership programs at San Jose State and UC Santa Cruz – Extension. Jeff wrote the book on project team startup at a Fortune 50 company in addition to consulting with hundreds of technical teams and teaching leadership skills for project managers at companies like Cisco, Intuit, Texas Instruments, the City of San Jose and Santa Clara County to name a few.
Mr. Richardson has a BS in Mechanical Engineering and a MS in OD & Change Management