PS-PMI and PNODN Present: Work That Counts – In and Across Teams: An introduction and overview

 

January 11, 2021 | 3:00 PM - 5:00 PM
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This training will be conducted live via Zoom. The zoom meeting details will be sent out 24hr prior to the training.

Program Description:

Work That Counts provides a framework for cross-functional success, including the skills to increase impact working in and across teams in complex organizations.  Based on working with many of the world’s best innovation companies, with a behind-the-scenes vantage point, three interdependent mindsets or levers emerged.  If any one of the three is weak, it will disproportionately diminish impact.  If all are strong and in sync, they will drive inordinately greater impact, results and innovation. 

First, people need the fuel to take action and drive decisions.  This is based on fine-tuning the empowered relationship between the team leader and team member.  We offer key skills that the team leader and team member each utilize to build the level of trust required in any dynamic relationship.

Second, people need to individually and collectively align to do the right thing, for their broader team.  Even with the best executive vision, strategy and goals, all professionals and managers need to make wiser decisions on direction and alignment, on a day-to-day basis.

Third, people need to collaborate in and across teams to achieve goals.  It’s challenging enough to partner well within a team, and that much more across teams.  Without it, people will alienate others, and at a minimum, not take advantage of the power of the team.

All three mindsets and respective skills are required to make your work truly count, enabling people to do the best work of their lives.  All participants will receive the hard-cover book, Work That Counts – Breaking Down the Barriers to Extraordinary Results.

Three Learning Outcomes:

  1. How to drive a more empowered relationship, as a team leader or as a team member.
  2. How to choose to do the right thing for your broader organization.
  3. How to partner in and across teams to achieve cross-functional goals.

PSPMI members will receive a special partner rate. Choose Partner when registering and enter code PNODN Partner 2019. Also, please enter your PMI member number in the Occupation field.  Earn 1.5 Leadership PDU's.

Online registration closes two days prior to the training. We encourage pre-registration to allow the instructor to prepare for the training.

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Richard J. Lee Bio

Richard Lee is well known in the San Francisco Bay Area for his depth and expertise in leadership development and building organizational capacity to scale and grow.  As founder of Richard J. Lee Consulting, LLC (now Leveraging Impact LLC), since 1994, he has worked with over 200 tech companies, including many of the world’s best.  Companies like Google, Facebook, Salesforce, Intel and Cisco along with Biotech giant Genentech/Roche, and healthcare leader Kaiser Permanente.  Richard is the author of Work That Counts and built the training program Work That Counts – In and Across TeamsTM designed for participants to make a bigger difference in complex organizations. Prior to launching Work That CountsTM he led hundreds of executive offsites, provided extensive executive consulting, designed and implemented enterprise-wide leadership and culture shaping programs, and brought VitalSmarts’ Crucial Conversations to Bay Area-based companies.

COST:

$25 Members/Students

$40 Non members