How To Build A High Performing Team
MILE Webinar Management System MILE Webinar Management System
Date:
Monday, May 1st, 2017
Time:
4:00 PM KSA / 1:00 PM GMT
Speaker:
Darrell W. Gunter

Description Profile You Will Learn

Successful companies are driven for consistent high-level performance buy consistently focusing on the best practices in every aspect of their business. They are relentless in the training and development of their knowledge workers. The leaders of the business demonstrate these best practices and the team members follow and resemble their behaviors. Building a high performing team requires a mindset; methodology and consistency of practice will create a culture of success that will position the company for long-term success.

This webinar will provide the foundational elements of the best practices of high performing companies.

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