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 April 1, 2014

4/1/2014 8:00 AM
4/1/2014 4:30 PM
Deloitte, Princeton | New Jersey

"Leadership 101"

​​Date:​ ​​Tuesday, April 1, 2014
​8:00 am - 8:30 am
8:30 am - 4:30 pm
​Deloitte, Princeton
500 College Road East
Princeton, NJ  08540

​​Our Speaker​
William Woodington CPA, CIA, CRMA
Bill is certified by Ken Blanchard companies to teach Situational Leadership II​

Event Summary

This class is for anyone who leads groups of individuals.  The class topics focus on team building, and include understanding the difference between groups and teams, phases of team development, and attributes of a high performance team.

Course Outline                                                                   

            A.         Team Building Overview

                        1.  Team Definition

                        2.  Groups vs. Teams

                        3.  Benefits Of Team Building

                        4.  Attitudes Of An Effective Team Builder Exercise

                        5.  Forming Teams Exercise

            B.        Team Concepts

                        1.  Phases Of Team Development

                        2.  Attributes Of A High Performance Team

                                    -  Aligned On Purpose

                                    -  Participative Leadership

                                    -  Shared Responsibility

                                    -  High Communication/Trust

            C.        Alignment On Purpose

                        1.  Definitions

                        2.  Purpose/Mission/Vision - Exercise

                        3.  Alignment Activity

            D.        Participative Leadership

                        1.  Definitions

                        2.  Levels Of Decision Making

                        3.  Swamped Exercise

            E.        Shared Responsibility

                        1.  Definitions

                        2.  Swamped Exercise

            F.         High Communication/Building Trust

                        1.  Definitions

                        2.  Pace Palette Exercise

Event Objectives
​ What you will gain from this seminar:

• Understand the importance of delivering acts of leadership to create an environment where people can succeed

• Discover the difference between groups and teams

• Understand team building is a process rather than a single event

• Identify the conditions (participative leadership, alignment on purpose, shared responsibility, high communication/trust) under which teambuilding successfully occurs

• Practice identifying, differentiating, intervening, and balancing task and relationship issues in team development

• Complete a personality style instrument to help in the communication process

 Who should attend:

• Anyone who leads groups of individuals

Course Outline: TEAM BUILDING 

​​On Line Registration Closes: ​Monday, March 31, 2014 at 10:00 am
CPE:​ ​8
Level of Knowledge​: Basic​
​Prerequisite & Advance Preperation: None​
Method of Presentation:​ Group Live​
Recommended Category of Eligibility:​ Audit​

Cancellation Policy:

The Chapter guarantees to each venue a minimum number of registered participants. If you register for an event, the Chapter expects you to pay the registration fee, as the Chapter incurs a cost for every registered no-show; Refunds will be granted to those giving at least 72 hours advanced notice. You are responsible for the full registration fee without cancellation notice given or with no cancellation.  Substitutions are welcome. For questions or cancellations, please contact our event manager at If you need to cancel, we ask that you do so at least 72 hours prior to the event