Building the Accountable Service Team

Aug 28, 2023

Why do some teams perform miracles and others become an exercise in frustration? “Teamwork” is part of every organization’s vocabulary but making it a reality is easier said than done. Effective teams complement the skills of individual members so they can tackle challenges and overcome obstacles in a highly productive fashion. Conversely, when people cannot team well, morale suffers, synergies are lost and the organization fails to effectively capitalize on on one of its most valuable resources – its employees. This seminar will show you how to get team players to complement, challenge and inspire their teammates to achieve maximum performance.

**For convenience of attendees, this one day seminar is broken into two-half day afternoons. Participants should attend both afternoon sessions.**

Presented by: Nancy Bandy

Dates: Part 1: Sept. 13 from noon to 3:30 p.m. (3.5 Hours OCILB)
Part 2: Sept. 14 from noon to 3:30 p.m. (3.5 Hours OCILB)

Place: MAPIC Offices
950 Keynote Circle, Suite #40
Brooklyn Heights, Ohio 44131

***Lunch Provided***

Please respond by Aug. 30 by e-mailing Kathy.


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