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08/12/14 Operations Executives Meeting
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Joint Meeting with Sales & Marketing Subgroup

When: Tuesday, August 12, 2014
7:30 am until 10:00 am
Where: Philadelphia Country Club
1601 Spring Mill Road
Gladwyne, Pennsylvania  19035
United States
Contact: Maureen Waddington

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Putting Teams to Work


Simple Behavioral Techniques to Energize and Focus Groups and Teams


Engaged individual contributors whose behavior is aligned with shared goals are best equipped for effective and successful execution. This interactive workshop-style session will explain the "people dynamics" of effective teamwork and offer a few exercises that can help leaders harness it to drive results. 


  • People: What You Can Change, and What you Can’t
  • The Three Organizing Principles Behind Successful Teams
    • "Who Am I?"
    • "Who Are You?"
    • "Who Are We?"
  • How to Help a Team Shift Their Focus from Activity and Achievement
  • How to “Level the Playing Field” and…
    • Reduce Fear
    • Build Trust
    • Spark Results



Al Cini is an Organizational Development Specialist who combines psychology and technology to deliver lightweight, cost-efficient, and effective programs that build coherent, mission-focused teams by making their members more openly communicative, willingly collaborative, and fearlessly innovative. 

As Strategy Execution Practice Leader at Lodestar Advisory Partners, Al works with clients to shape a future-facing culture, develop effective leaders, and diagnose and treat organizational paralysis. As Facilitator at Onward Education and Training, Al develops and delivers programs that help shift individual and group behavior from merely doing things to actually getting things done.

Al studied general and social psychology at LaSalle and Vanderbilt Universities, and is certified in the administration and interpretation of several psychological instruments (e.g., MBTI, Extended DiSC, and the Thomas-Kilmann Conflict Mode Instrument).