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Find your operating rhythm

When: Thursday, 19th June 2014
Time: 12:00 PM – 12:30 PM AEST (Brisbane)
Webinar 5 in the Grow Cube Webinar Series

We are excited to announce Webinar 5 in the Grow Cube Webinar Series

Is your team humming like a well tuned machine, or do some of your team members appear to be disengaged? Are your customers confused about what to expect from you? Do your team members agree to things in meetings and then fail to execute? These, amongst others, are signs that your team does not have operating rhythm.

Join this webinar and let us:

  • Explain what “operating rhythm” is and the five factors of team alignment
  • Demonstrate the value of establishing ‘team norms’ and creating an operating rhythm
  • Show you how to progress on the journey to creating a cohesive, effective and aligned team

Use proven techniques to streamline the way your team interacts and help them achieve their goals and purpose. This webinar contains practical tips and actionable tools that you can start to use immediately.

Join the Founder and MD of the Barefoot Group, James Carolin.  It is James’ mission in life is to help clients solve complex problems so that they can achieve breakthrough results.

Join this webinar

James Carolin

Find your operating rhythm Webinar

What is the Grow Cube Webinar Series?

The Grow CubeTM by The Barefoot Group is a corporate health check that quickly gets to the heart of what a business needs to focus on to achieve sustainable growth. The Grow CubeTM is the result of our experience, research and value-based approach to consulting.  Over the coming months this webinar series will cover the nine challenges of the Grow Cube and demonstrate how you need to invest time and resources to grow your business.

Watch part 1 in the Grow Cube Series

Creating a clear personal vision – how to get engaged and happy employees.
This webinar will provide you with a simple toolkit to use to plot a clear personal direction for yourself and your staff the upcoming year.

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