Tuesday, April 6, 2021 from 9:00 AM to 10:30 AM CDT
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Carly Carmosino 
Mechanical Contractors Association of Eastern Missouri 

Leading Strong Teams 

Successful leaders seem to develop strong teams wherever they go, no matter what task their team is assigned. These effective leaders know how to make the most of the wide range of personalities, skills, and abilities on their teams, and they know how to create a competitive spirit that builds cooperation.  

In this program, you’ll consider the best way to harness the individual strengths of your team members and turn them into team strengths. You will analyze the unique challenges of leading a strong team and explore ways to handle the kinds of issues that arise when leading talented, committed individuals who are working together in a team effort.  

 Participants will be able to:  

  •  Establish continuous improvement by building on the characteristics of strong teams.  
  • Capitalize on individual strengths to take teams to higher levels of performance.  
  • Facilitate the interaction of diverse personalities on strong teams.  
  • Leverage competitive spirit to gain cooperation.  

Primary Competency Categories: Leadership, Accountability

Competency Categories: Communication, Teamwork

 Instructor Information

 KATIE LANE, Vice President of Delivery/Senior Trainer at Dale Carnegie

 Using strong communication and leadership skills, Katie Lane develops high performers. Katie started at Dale Carnegie in 2008 helping businesses develop strong leadership cultures. She quickly became a certified trainer and expanded her skillset. Now leading the St. Louis delivery team, she is responsible for ensuring high quality training experiences for clients. Her ability to balance rigor, fun, and efficiency are what creates a growing and engaged delivery team in St. Louis.