Thu, Mar 24|
The Need for Team Resets: Coaching for the Future of Work with Michelle Chambers
Teams are the future of work. Collective intelligence will be more critical as organizations reshape their culture to be more agile and to support new ways of working. Join us for an interactive session to explore the value of “team resets” and the opportunity to “team better”.
Time & Location
Mar 24, 2022, 7:00 p.m. – 8:30 p.m. EDT
About the Event
Teams are the future of work. Collective intelligence will be more critical as organizations reshape their culture to be more agile and to support new ways of working. Unfortunately for many teams, the pandemic has created challenges that have hampered team performance. Join us for an interactive session to explore the value of “team resets” and the opportunity to “team better”. Teams can benefit from resets when team membership changes; after periods of major disruption (e.g. COVID); team members request one or the launch of new programs and services. OD practitioners have an incredible opportunity to support leaders and teams and to enable them to improve their capacity and team effectiveness.
We will explore together:
- The benefits of “team resets” to “team better”
- Challenges facing teams in adapting to new models of work
- Guidelines for team resets post-pandemic
- Supporting team leaders
- Cultivating team resilience to manage ongoing change
About the Speaker:
Michelle Chambers, Chief People, Culture & Strategy Officer
As a trailblazer in the field of OD and a thought leader in leadership and team coaching, Michelle brings over 30 years of proven and successful consulting, facilitation and coaching experience from a variety of industries. Her work has included Canada’s top employers and clients such as Royal Bank; Toyota; St. Michael’s Hospital; Hydro Ottawa, OPS, JCI, Sun Life, United Way and Pfizer. Her work has enabled her clients to achieve individual, team and organizational effectiveness in areas such as culture change; enhanced collaboration; improved employee engagement; enhanced service delivery transformation and higher performing teams.
With degrees in Business, Psychology and Education and professional designations in HR, training, organizational development and coaching she is passionate about creating organizations that create cultures of purpose and engagement and that positively impact business performance. As a senior faculty member with SEEC’s Centre for Excellence in Organizational Development and Change (York University) and Team Coaching International she has had the privilege of supporting organizational development practitioners globally in their pursuit of learning. In her last corporate role she was responsible enterprise wide for leadership development for Telus Mobility. As a sought after speaker Michelle has spoken at ODN; IODA, ISODC, TODN, Strategic Capability Network, HRPA, CSTD/I4PL, EMCC and ICF. Michelle is also a published author. Her latest publication is 1 of 13 team coaching case studies in David Clutterbuck’s “Team Coaching Casebook” by McGraw Hill (Dec 2021).
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