BUILDING GREAT TEAMS REGISTRATION

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BGT Workshop

April 20-22, 8-5 daily

Details  below and on Eventbrite

 Only great leaders feel that sensation of a smooth running machine.

Building Great Teams (BGT) is an essential prerequisite for aligning leadership with any quality improvement or safety initiative. BGT will immerse participants in 3 full days of intentionally sequenced initiatives, exercises and discussions targeting the tactics, techniques and principles responsible for 85% of your financial success...

dealing with people.

The approach is honest and acknowledges the existence of personality differences and differing leadership styles while striving to understand how we can benefit from these differences. Widely applicable to differing team dynamics, participants will engage in team presentations and hands-on activities to make positive changes in their work and daily lives.

FAQS

Who is a likely participant to BGT?

Any manger, supervisor, small business owner or administrator, in either an office or field setting, that supervises a group of three or more people.

Where will the workshop be held?

The Board Room within the Louisiana Immersive Technologies Enterprise (LITE Center) in Lafayette, LA.

Are hotel accommodations available nearby?

A block of rooms have been set aside at the Hilton Garden Inn Lafayette/Cajundome across the street from the LITE center at a cost of $99 per night, (Book before March 29th). Guests can make reservations by simply calling the hotel at 337.291.1977 and using the group code BULL20 or online at : Hilton Garden Inn Lafayette/Cajundome.

What airlines service Lafayette Regional Airport?

 Delta, American and United all provide service to Lafayette, LA.

Does the Hilton Garden Inn-Cajundome offer an airport shuttle service?

No, they do not. Permitted Uber and Lyft drivers are allowed to pick-up/deliver at LFT. Other options can be found here: https://lftairport.com/ground-transportation/

Ownership is a critical success factor in implementing any innovation, alignment, or change process.


  

Involving people in the business triggers ownership.



 When operations management creates transparency with teams and provides the means to do what needs to be done, ownership can grow.