Webinar: Leadership Series: Developing High Performing Teams Through Synergy, Interdependence and Accountability
Topic: Leadership Series: Developing High Performing Teams Through Synergy, Interdependence and Accountability
There are multiple clichés about teams ( i.e. there is no “I” in team, no one gets to the top alone, the strength of the wolf is in the pack). The bottom line is those who have worked with high performing teams understand the power of synergy, interdependence, and mutual accountability in order to accomplish a purpose. In this webinar, Dr. Spence will offer an in-depth look and practical application for the following processes:
- Determining the purpose for the team as well as the values that will drive accomplishment.
- Sharing information in order to make the best decisions.
- Building relationships of trust and mutual accountability.
- Establishing a commitment to significant results.
- Building a culture of encouragement within the team
Dr. Jon Spence
Dr. Jon Spence of Nixa, Missouri, is a 25 year veteran in the field of education and currently the Director of Undergraduate Leadership Studies at Evangel University in Springfield, Missouri. Prior to this, he served as director of the James River Leadership Campus (JRLC) of Evangel University for seven years. From 1998-2007, Spence was an Associate Professor of Education at Evangel University as well as Evangel University football team assistant coach.
Spence’s professional career began in 1988 as a junior high classroom instructor and athletics coach in Springfield Public Schools and Atlanta, Georgia. He holds a Bachelor of Science in Social Sciences; a Master of Science in Education Administration; and a Doctorate of Education in Educational Leadership and Policy Analysis
During his professional career Dr. Spence has served on various boards and committees ranging from the Nixa Education Foundation Advisory Board, James River Assembly of God Board of Trustees, and the Evangel University Athletics Hall of Fame. He has held association memberships in the International Leadership Association, American Football Coaches Association, and Missouri State Teachers Association.Sanctioning Status: USAT SANCTIONED
Event Type: National
Entry Fee: $24.99 for USAT Members and Race Directors; $39.99 for Non-Members
Event Date: Oct. 22, 2013
Start Time: 3:00 PM MST
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