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Developing a Cohesive Team

September 11, 2017: 6:15 PM - 9:00 PM

Accredited facilitator will guide workshop on the five proven steps to building high performing teams and the resultant enduring benefits for business effectiveness.

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National Louis University
850 Warrenville Rd
Lisle, IL


Chicago Booth alum/stud/faculty $15.00
Fee After 9/6/2017 $20.00
Entrepreneurial RT Member $15.00
Fee After 9/6/2017 $20.00
General Public $20.00
Fee After 9/6/2017 $25.00


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Registration is required, walk-ins on space available basis with no credit cards at door, only cash or check.

If you cannot attend and need to cancel, must do so by Thursday, September 7.

Dress is business casual.

Deadline: 9/11/2017


Greg Gocek, '84

Other Information

Networking and light refreshments from 6:15 - 7 PM

Program starts at 7 PM.

Event Details

Virtually all significant business achievements are realized through group effort, yet collaboration is more than simply summing up individual contributions. Outcomes are magnified by well-functioning teams, the irreplaceable means to attain otherwise impossible goals.

This month's featured expert will lead an interactive workshop to examine the five key elements of team effectiveness, namely trust, conflict, accountability, commitment, and results. Upon exploring how these elements are brought into action, you will understand how with them you can improve decision making, prevent wasted resources and internal conflicts, and create competitive advantage while having fun!

Speaker Profiles

Anna Weselak (Speaker)
CEO and founder , Weselak & Associates

Anna has led her firm since 1994, specializing in custom training and development programs on interpersonal relations and communications. She is also a long-time higher education instructor at the College of DuPage and St. Xavier U. She holds professional designations related to behavior, motivations, and emotional intelligence. Her distinctions in volunteering and community service include presidencies of the National PTA and Zonta Club of Oak Brook. Earning her college and graduate degrees in education from Northern Illinois U., she has been named an outstanding alumni of her alma mater's College of Education and has also won multiple awards as an exceptional businesswoman.


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