November Chapter Meeting
|PDUs||1.0 LEADERSHIP | 0.5 STRATEGY
Team Engagement — Alignment Up,
Down and Across the Organization
There are so many organizations with passionate and loyal employees that are struggling to create synergy and increase competitive advantage, but all they are experiencing is diminishing returns and depleted morale. At the heart of the problem is a failure to align the team around a core purpose, achievable goals, and role clarity.
In our discussion we will cover
- the importance of creating and sustaining a culture of clear communication and transparency
- communicating and connecting
- strategic team building
Dr. Gilbert on Team Engagement
About the Presenter
Kwame Gilbert is a Leadership Coach, Mentor and Speaker. He comes with over 25 years of experience in the private and public sector as a Presidential Advisor, Member of Parliament for 7 years, Human Resource Management Specialist, and Community Activist.
He holds a Bachelor's degree in Christian Education, Master's in Conflict Management, Master's in Global Human Resource Management and Doctorate in Organizational Leadership. He holds certificates in Humanitarian Diplomacy, Behavioural Psychology, and is a Certified Behavioural Consultant with the Institute of Motivational Living and John Maxwell Group. He is a certified Corporate Trainer with the Management and Strategy Institute.
Dr. Gilbert is married and is the father of two sons.
Centennial Building — Regal Room
416 Centre St. S.
Whitby, ON L1N 4W2
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