SEAN GLAZE HELPS YOU CREATE A MORE ENGAGED AND CONNECTED TEAM
Sean’s VIRTUAL teamwork messages are a great solution for remote teams.
Sean turns memorable stories and laugh-out-loud interactive moments into relevant lessons…
Yes – the laughter will be real, the relationships strengthened, and the takeaways from his keynote content will address REAL workplace issues.
Research has shown experiential activities are the most effective way to ensure engagement and lasting impact. As a veteran teacher and coach, Sean skillfully entertains and inspires new insights that provide outcomes your people can apply
Sean’s Most Requested Topics:
How to Create a Culture of Rapid Teamwork
This entertaining message shares a powerful five-part recipe that leaders can use to inspire unity and transform any group into a GREAT team. Culture trumps strategy and this interactive talk provide actionable steps team leaders can take to create a more positive and cohesive culture.
What Winning Teammates Do Differently
This inspiring talk will help your people increase their value by improving their awareness. Winning Teammates are the people that others can depend on, that others want to work with, that make team success possible. You and your audience will learn how to become more influential by taking ownership and improving interpersonal skills and relationships.
Stay Coachable for Relentless Improvement
Ready to supercharge your personal performance? The best way to grow your team is to grow yourself – and this talk provides an entertaining and effective road map you and your people can apply immediately to climb beyond your current plateau of performance and begin a relentless process of development!
"You’re a ROCK STAR! Really, your session struck such a great balance between fun, conversational, light, yet at the same time, deep, impactful, and memorable. I particularly liked the stories you told to personalize and reinforce various points… wanted to send a quick note to say THANK YOU – was really a terrific session, very much on point, and very well received by both execs and troops!”