2022 Maximizing Team Effectiveness Lab

This unique Conference features eight (8) Leadership Labs focused on creating a virtual space for Leaders at all levels (supervisors, managers, senior leaders and HR professionals) to learn, practice, and transfer management skills into effective leadership competencies.


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 2022 Virtual Leadership Development Conference All Access Pass

 A la Carte Lab Sessions Available for $575.00 each

Session 5: "Maximizing Team Effectiveness" Lab

Creating a virtual space for Leaders at all levels (supervisors, managers, senior leaders and HR professionals) to learn, practice, and transfer management skills into effective leadership competencies.


April 27, 2022

12:00 - 2:00 pm ET
(9:00 - 11:00 am PT)

Facilitator: LaTanya Walker

LaTanya is an Organizational Development practitioner, specializing in teams, culture and change.

LaTanya brings 20 years of experience in project management, change management, and organizational effectiveness building effective teams to deliver new, innovative, and compelling products and outcomes.


Maximizing Team Effectiveness

Highly effective teams are rare; they don't just happen. Building and maintaining highly effective teams requires continuous evolution in the right areas as your team and your organization evolves.

Participants will learn how to evaluate foundational tactics, intersecting academic research and practical application, that are necessary to build and renew effective teams.

The Maximizing Team Effectiveness Lab will detail the building blocks to team effectiveness as we:

  • Explore four core elements that contribute to team productivity,
  • Consider the effects of individual role alignment, personality, and team size on team performance, and
  • Discuss the six processes that contribute to team member satisfaction.

Methodology: We couple context, capabilities, and coaching to create and develop transferable and actionable leadership competencies with the precision of management skills to create highly effective leaders.

Our interactive lab will include the following: Lecture, Case Studies, Scenarios, Small-Group Breakout Sessions, and Pre- and Post-Lab Activities. 

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Session 5: Maximizing Team Effectiveness


Who is ideal for joining our Leadership Labs?

If you are a Leader looking for professional development for your Front Line Leaders and Supervisors*, OR
If you are a Front Line Leader or Supervisor looking to enhance your Professional Development to Lead in the new work environment. If you are an HR Practitioner responsible for working or developing Leaders at all levels.
 *This lab is also available as a Retreat Event for an organizational team on-site or virtual.
Email kim.gray@dblatimore.com for more details.


Participants in the Virtual Lab walk away with the following:

  • Enhanced leadership capabilities focused on core leadership competencies
  • Learn practical leadership applications
  • Increased understanding and development of their unique leadership styles
  • Participate in 'real life' scenarios
  • Practice role plays through experiential learning


Each Participant will experience the following:

  • A Leadership Assessment before attending the virtual lab,
  • A one-on-one personal Assessment Debrief before attending the virtual lab,
  • A Two-hour Virtual Development Lab which includes
    • Joining in a Small-Group Breakout Session and then,
    • Attend a One-hour Virtual Sustainability Session May 25 at 10:00 am ET, plus
  • Access to our Leadership Assessment and Lab Recordings and Assignments!

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Registration Closes April 20.

Session 5: Maximizing Team Effectiveness