‘Building High Performing Teams’ focus of IAAO 2023 Emerging Leaders' Summit
Registration is now open for the Emerging Leaders' Summit, which will be offered through two webinars over the summer and wraps up with a program at the IAAO Annual Conference in Salt Lake City.
This year's theme for the Emerging Leaders' Summit is Building High Performing Teams. Building a high performing team is no small feat. But when armed with the right tools, skills, and mindset, leaders and their employees find their work not only doable, but also fulfilling and even joyful.
In doing so, groups of coworkers are transformed into motivated, committed, and interdependent teams who consistently meet and even exceed expectations. Topics include developing team values, assumptions, and norms; leveraging diversity in teams (it’s more than you think); understanding culture as an evolving entity where people and processes merge, and so much more.

Summit Schedule
This program will be presented in three parts: two webinars (July 18 and Aug. 15), with the culminating third session to be presented at the IAAO Annual Conference, Aug. 27-30 in Salt Lake City. Judy_Favor_2487814.pngThe final session will be recorded for those unable to attend.
The conference session will be led by Judy Favor, Ph.D., award-winning coach, author, educator, and speaker. Having presented the wildly successful GROW into Coaching session at the IAAO Annual Conference in 2021, we are excited to have Dr. Favor present this special session on building high-performing teams.
Fees for the Emerging Leaders' Summit are $295 for IAAO members and $395 for non-members. Registration is open through June 30.  Scholarships are available to members to attend educational programs. For more information, see the scholarship page. Annual Conference registration is handled separately.
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