Develop skills to cultivate team cultures where collaboration and trust can grow and thrive.
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The ability for teams to innovate, leverage diversity, stay agile, and create cultures of safety and trust, is a high priority for many organizations. Concurrently, the prevalence of distributed work, and the popularity of global teams adds a layer of complexity that merits enhanced cross-cultural knowledge and the additive value of humble approaches.
People- the lifeblood of organizations- who understand the interplay of these areas as related to effective teaming and can utilize their knowledge and skills to advance organizational teaming capabilities, will be well poised to secure growing opportunities in the evolving future of work. This workshop will highlight core elements integral to high performing teams, and help participants develop necessary skills to cultivate climates where these elements can grow and thrive. This workshop will be facilitated in the context of current and future trends related to distributed work, diverse teams, and cross-cultural competence; integrating frameworks from business, medicine, and clinical psychology, prioritizing sustainability and ‘real world’ application.
About the Presenter:
Catherine Ciano holds a Ph.D. in clinical psychology and is an Executive MBA Candidate at the McCombs School of Business at University of Texas, Austin. She works as a Psychologist in Primary Care at the University of California, Berkeley, and as a Teaming Strategist where she helps people build skills to transform their teams and work better, through training and supportive community. Her passion to help people live and work more joyously and purposefully inspires her talks on effective teaming, human approaches to the future of work, and positive business. She has held leadership positions as Past President of the Santa Clara County Psychological Association and the Membership and Assessment Chair for Cal Women’s Network.