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ACR Webinar: Team Chartering: What Is It and Why Do It?
Team Chartering: What Is It and Why Do It?
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Short Summary: How many times have you worked with a team or in a partnership and realized only in retrospect all the ways you might have reached better outcomes? What might your experience have been like if you had taken the time for more planning up front? What are the best experiences you have had in teams or groups and what are the most difficult? In thinking through the differences, how much more mission and role clarity was there on the successful teams? This session will offer a stellar, proactive tool for team development called a team charter. Team Chartering is an iterative process that can be used in any setting with teams of 2 to 100 +. Using this tool, you will sort through team mission and vision, communication and conflict styles, strengths and areas and growth, roles, feedback preferences and more to create conditions for best individual and team outcome.

Anne Hilb is an expert in conflict and connection, having spent her life training, mediating, community organizing and deferring young people and adults out of the legal system. As an organization development consultant, speaker and facilitator she is deeply passionate about inclusion, opening space for difficult conversations, and learning more about groups and individuals. Her work can be boiled down to “avoiding avoidance,” and she strives every day to do just that. Anne believes that to know oneself is to be most effective; that people support what they help create and that there is nothing so practical as a good theory. She brings these beliefs to her work where her goal is to always to balance relationship-building and problem-solving in order to reach a concrete plan and achieve forward movement. Anne is the founder of Graymake Consulting, LLC and holds a Masters of Organization Development from The American University.

Aug 14, 2019 03:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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