A Mental Road Map to Success: Reaching the Destination





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Published on Apr 27, 2012

Effective team leaders possess a commitment to the team's goal and a willingness to give team members autonomy to demonstrate their skills. We must also recognize that their behavior can reduce the effectiveness of teams as well. By being reluctant to confront inadequate performance or requiring the team to address too many priorities, the leader negatively affects the teams' ability to succeed. We will look at the Hill's Model for Team Leadership, a model where the leader occupies the driver's seat, navigating the team by diagnosing problems and then taking action steps to correct problem. The focus will be on how this model clarifies the complex nature of team leadership, offering an easy tool to aid leadership problem solving. In this webinar we will target the skills or behaviors the leader needs to implement and enhance team task performance.

Our Presenter:
Ellen Rowe is a Community and Leadership Development Specialist with University of Vermont Extension. She has taught Leadership courses through UVM Continuing Education over the past several years sharing with students about the theory of leadership and how to bring those theories into practice through real-world application.
This webinar is part of the University of Vermont Extension Service's Building Capacity series. The mission of this project is to provide education and technical assistance to build leadership for the nonprofit sector as well as small associations, boards, committees and commissions.

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