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March Chapter Meeting - Four Corners: Competing Strengths and Trust in Business
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March Chapter Breakfast Meeting - Four Corners: Competing Strengths and Trust in Business

 Export to Your Calendar 3/22/2018
When: Thursday, March 22nd
8:00am Registration
Where: RTP Foundation
12 Davis Drive
RTP, North Carolina  27713
United States
Contact: TSHRM Secretary


Online registration is available until: 3/19/2018
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In basketball, winning teams are nimble, well-rounded, and strategic. One strategy, popularized by coach Dean Smith at the University of North Carolina, is called the “four corners” offense. Four players cover the four corners of a half court while the fifth dribbles the ball in the middle. They pass between each other, stalling, until one has a safe, easy shot. In its heyday, this deliberate strategy helped teams maintain leads, especially near the end of the game.

In business, too, everyone must be in their spot on the court. Winning teams are made of people who have different strengths. Sometimes these differences seem to compete, but when people play in their respective corners and roles, their strengths complement each other. We need “competing” strengths around us to be optimally effective as change agents, leaders, and team members. The key to working well together, then, becomes trust.

Join us for an interactive session that explores the four business leadership corners and how trust fuels better teamwork and growth. We will:

  • Identify your critical strengths—plus the “competing” strengths from others you need to be optimally effective
  • Discover four methods for building trust within and across teams
  • Explore the roles of courage, humility, and authenticity in fostering change
  • Understand different ways one can build a culture of trust

About the speaker:

Aneil Mishra, Thomas D. Arthur Distinguished Professor of Leadership at East Carolina University College of Business, is an internationally recognized thought leader, educator, keynote speaker, and consultant in the areas of trust, leadership, change management, organizational culture, and healthcare innovation. He develops and conducts executive education programs, leadership assessment, and team development for a variety of Fortune 500 firms and other organizations, including leading health care organizations and not-for-profits around the globe.

Aneil is the editor of the Restoring Trust in Higher Education: Making the Investment Worthwhile Again (Praeger, 2017) and coauthor of two books: Becoming a Trustworthy Leader: Psychology and Practice (Routledge Press, 2013) and Trust is Everything: Become the Leader Others Will Follow (2008). He is a contributor to Entrepreneur.com and IvyExec.com. Aneil holds an A.B., cum laude, in Economics from Princeton University and a Ph.D. in Business Administration from University of Michigan.

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