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3 Positively Deviant Practices To Help You Lead A Winning Team
Has your team become more disengaged in work throughout the pandemic? Are you spending so much time putting out fires that you’ve lost sight of your vision? Do you have big goals and aspirations, and need a high-performing team to achieve them?

Join Deborah to explore three shifts in thinking that successful leaders use to positively deviate from the conventional way that most teams operate. Learn how you can stop managing and start leading people, how you can create workplace health through a focus on team culture, and how you can move from downstream to upstream thinking.

If you are an emerging leader (or even a seasoned one) or a business owner and you want to revisit how to lead a successful, high performing team in a way that does not feel overwhelming or lead to burnout, we hope to see you at this webinar. Let’s engage in what it means to be positively deviant at work and why that matters.

Deborah incorporates the latest research on leadership, positive psychology and positive organizations to provide evidence-based practices that help teams and organizations flourish.

A captivating speaker, storyteller and workplace consultant, Deborah is the author of A Better Place To Work: Daily Practices That Transform Culture, a book that compiles the wisdom of some of the world’s top organizational and leadership experts. She is the founder of The Better Workplace Conference, that she led for 17 years. She helps leaders create great cultures that lead to engagement, innovation and success!

Nov 25, 2021 12:00 PM in Mountain Time (US and Canada)

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Deborah Connors
@Well-Advised Consulting
A captivating speaker, storyteller and workplace consultant, Deborah is the author of A Better Place To Work: Daily Practices That Transform Culture, a book that compiles the wisdom of some of the world’s top organizational and leadership experts. She is the founder of The Better Workplace Conference, that she led for 17 years. She helps leaders create great cultures that lead to engagement, innovation and success!