Building an effective team is one of the key needs in your business but few managers/owners understand how to go about it. We know that when people feel a sense of consequence about their fellow employees, it increases camaraderie, job satisfaction, retention and productivity. But hiring an expensive consultant to facilitate the foundations of team building is unnecessary when you or one of your staff can do it. You can also customize it for your employees better than an outsider. At this Focal Point, Jerry Baltus and Charlie Krebs will explain the basic tools that build great teams as well as how and why they work. They will also share a collection of effective exercises and dynamic strategies to debrief them. It's one thing to do a great activity but more important is to find the lesson in it and especially to apply that lesson to your workplace.
Mr. Jerry Baltus
Mr. Charlie Krebs
Mr. Baltus has been a business and entrepreneur coach and franchise owner from December, 2006 to the present, located in Wisconsin. He represents the franchise brand AdviCoach, specializing in business coaching for small and mid-sized business owners to help them realize their dreams of success. Mr. Baltus is also a “Coach's Coach” training others in the building of their own independent businesses dedicating to helping other entrepreneurs.
A professor of Communication and Theatre at Lakeland University, Charlie Krebs has studied and taught presentation for most of his career. In his consulting firm, Communication Arts, he uses this expertise to train leaders and employees how to improve business relationships through the bold use of interpersonal communication. As a motivational speaker, seminar trainer, and presentation coach, he can help you enrich client rapport, employee interaction, and profitability with practical and repeatable techniques.
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