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Panhandle Human Resources Association

September 12, 2019 @ 2:30 pm - 3:30 pm

Build High-Performance Teams – Increase Productivity and Profits with High-Performance Teams

When your people work with each other, rather than against each other, all of your business initiatives are accomplished with greater efficiency, economy, and innovation. You maximize your return on your employee investment, raise the level of excellence within your organization and create an environment of collaboration, innovation, and alignment.

So, what is the secret to creating and nurturing teams that accelerate productivity, increase profitability and elevate customer service and satisfaction?

How do you cultivate an environment where people are motivated to work together rather than compete with each other?

How do you recognize the right combination of behaviors, personalities, perspectives and strengths that constitute a high-performance team?

In Margaret (Magi) Graziano’s highly experiential workshop, Build High-Performance Teams, these questions are answered as you learn specific strategies to create, nurture and leverage teams that raise the level of collaboration, innovation and excellence within your organization.

You leave this workshop with:

  • Leading-edge strategies for identifying the personalities, behaviors and perspectives certain to result in high functioning teams.
  • Practical, real time solutions that nurture an environment of collaboration, innovation and excellence throughout your
  • Clear guidelines on how to build teams that elevate the contribution of your entire workforce, accelerate productivity, and consistently deliver superior customer service.

This workshop is for HR professionals and executives who are committed to raising the contribution of their workforce, increasing productivity and innovation, and delivering an improved customer experience.


September 12, 2019
2:30 pm - 3:30 pm
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Amarillo, TX


Panhandle Human Resources Association