Barclays, 1 Churchill Place, Canary Wharf, London E14 5HP
Monday 5th November 2018 6:00pm to 9:00pm Add to my calendar
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A team is a group of people linked by a common purpose. However, a team does not automatically form. It must be built to ensure that all the members develop effective relationships and coordinate their actions. This allows them to get into the ‘team zone’ together.

In this session, speaker John Farrer will help us to understand that it is teamwork that wins games, as seen on the sports field. And in organisations, the same is true; effective performance depends on effective teamwork, whether in a management team, a project team or a service delivery team.

Key take aways:

  • You will have the opportunity to experience team working directly together before considering some of the key research findings about how to build this elusive thing - a high performing team.
  • By relating theory to practice, there will be many insights and ‘ah-ha’ moments, and members will return to their organisations motivated and with some specific actions as to how to build the team they lead or are part of.

John Farrer is a dynamic, motivated, and successful Leadership Development facilitator and coach who loves the challenge of learning and development both for individuals, teams and organisations. John started his career working with a Nobel Prize Winning Professor in Biochemistry, moved rapidly through teaching and sales, before finding his place leading a successful training organisation from the front.

He has trained and launched over 20 trainers, and 1000’s of participants as a consultant at Professional and Organisational Development using their experiential learning programmes in a wide variety of places and organisations such as IAEA, UNV, UNCCD, UNIDO, EU and BNPParibas, to name a few.

John has worked in many sectors, but now works mainly with managers and teams in the UN and banking.


6.00pm Registration

6.30pm Speaker - John Farrer

8.00pm Networking

9.00pm Finish

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