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Creating High Performance Teams | November 10th 2016

Location: Razorfish
Address: 375 Hudson Street, New York, NY 10014
Date: Thursday November 10th, 2016
Time: 8:30 AM – 10:30 AM

According to a recent Harvey Nash Technology Survey, 4 in 10 technologists changed jobs in a calendar year, with two thirds reporting salary as the main reason. The rate of technology change has affected corporate ability to compete for, to retain and grow talent. That competition has become intense and business leaders cite that acquiring talent has become one of their biggest challenges.

The business of creating high performance teams is not intuitive for workers on paths to leadership. It is rarely learnt from a job or role that merely spans 24-36 months, if at all. Leaders, managers, supervisors and executives are in constant rotation throughout companies due to budget targets, changing priorities, corporate shuffling and in response to changes in the economy.

Is it a wonder that companies are challenged to develop a depth of competence in their organizations and people who are completely aligned to the mission of the company?

In this presentation Michael Wilson shares two critical views and invites you to learn from the perspective of any role that you hold:

1. Why you should seek to create high performance teams in your organization and contribute to them.

2. How you can kill attrition, boost productivity and retain your best people.

About Michael Wilson:

Michael Wilson is a former Director of MSCI and has been involved in industries of finance, accounting, banking and manufacturing over the last 25 years. His experience ranges from manufacturing, production engineering, quality control, technology sales, to customer service and support, in various firms such as BDO, Vishay, Bank of Brazil, NCR and National Semiconductor.

Over the last 10 years Michael developed a deep understanding of what truly drives team performance in organizations. His innovations in team management and near zero turnover were cited by Infoweek magazine in an article called “20 Great Ideas To Steal”. He has also coached hundreds of individuals to seek professionalism and meaning in their work and life.

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