When Focusing on Your Staff is the Wrong Approach

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Are you so focused on your direct reports that you’re missing the more strategic goals of your “first” team?

Find out who your first team is and how putting your first team first will help you improve your bottom-line results.

Join us to learn more about who your “first team” is and why it matters – to you and your organization.

Not paying attention to your "first team" can lead to a lack of leadership alignment, ineffective decision-making and a dysfunctional organizational culture. To avoid these pitfalls, it's essential for leaders to prioritize their first team's collaboration, trust, and focus on the organization's collective success.

What to Expect

Learn about author Patrick Lencioni’s “first team” concept and how implementing it in your organization can foster teamwork, alignment and better decision-making.