Sean Glaze

Sean Glaze

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Inspiring Employees to Become Winning Teammates!

Improve Teamwork, Boost Morale, and Inspire Collaboration with an Engaging Team Building Speaker - Sean Delivers Entertaining Stories, Interactive Activities, and Relevant Take-Aways that Transform Your Employees Into Winning Teammate

Fee Range: $5,000 - $7,500
Travels from Atlanta, GA (US)

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Sean Glaze
Sean Glaze - Motivational Speaker

Great Results Teambuilding

Inspiring Employees to Become Winning Teammates!

Improve Teamwork, Boost Morale, and Inspire Collaboration with an Engaging Team Building Speaker - Sean Delivers Entertaining Stories, Interactive Activities, and Relevant Take-Aways that Transform Your Employees Into Winning Teammate

Fee Range: $5,000 - $7,500
Travels from Atlanta, GA

Affiliations:
  • The National Speakers Association
  • Toastmasters International
Sean Glaze - Motivational Speaker

Sean Glaze

Great Results Teambuilding

Inspiring Employees to Become Winning Teammates!

Improve Teamwork, Boost Morale, and Inspire Collaboration with an Engaging Team Building Speaker - Sean Delivers Entertaining Stories, Interactive Activities, and Relevant Take-Aways that Transform Your Employees Into Winning Teammate

Fee Range: $5,000 - $7,500
Travels from: Atlanta, GA

Affiliations:
  • The National Speakers Association
  • Toastmasters International

For more information about booking Sean Glaze,
Visit http://www.speakermatch.com/profile/sean/
Or call SpeakerMatch at 1-866-372-8768.

Blog Postings

The 5 Word Phrase That Dooms Team Interactions and Individual Improvement

There is a 5 word phrase that dooms your team interactions. I have written before about how to benefit from the working with a “sandpaper person” on your team, and have also discussed the conflicts that can arise if your people are not aware of the strengths and challenges that different team personality types offer. […] The post The 5 Word Phrase That Dooms Team Interactions and Individual Improvement appeared first on Great Results Teambuilding. ...

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The 12 Best Books for Coaches and Great Teammates

Coaches and great teammates both read books, because they know that readers are leaders. When I was a coach, I was a voracious reader. I was constantly seeking new titles that would help me to grow – whether it was from a leader in a different sport or even from a leader in a different […] The post The 12 Best Books for Coaches and Great Teammates appeared first on Great Results Teambuilding. ...

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Move Your Team From Values to Behaviors

All failure is the result of vagueness. That is a powerful and memorable statement… But it means nothing if the insight is not translated into a changed behavior. There is a great deal of value in discussing and selecting core values. You can even download a very useful virtues and values activity on my resources […] The post Move Your Team From Values to Behaviors appeared first on Great Results Teambuilding. ...

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The Top 10 Questions to Establish Better Team Rapport

Any team you become a part of – and certainly any team you are asked to lead – will be starving for the opportunity to get to know and appreciate their teammates better. As you might have experienced, hunger can sometimes make people weak and unmotivated, or can even make them irritable and defensive… but […] The post The Top 10 Questions to Establish Better Team Rapport appeared first on Great Results Teambuilding. ...

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What Invisible Dragons are Your Teammates Fighting?

Every one of your teammates is fighting an invisible dragon. As a coach, it took me longer than I would like to admit to develop an awareness of the personal battles that each one of my players were struggling with once they left the court. Player strengths and personality types were not all I needed […] The post What Invisible Dragons are Your Teammates Fighting? appeared first on Great Results Teambuilding. ...

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Join Me for a #LeadWithGiants Tweet Chat Monday, August 22nd!

I am honored to be co-hosting an upcoming Tweet Chat with Dan Forbes, steward of the Lead With Giants community and blog. The #LeadWithGiants Tweet Chat happens every Monday at 7:00 pm Eastern time. If you haven’t ever participated in a Tweet Chat before, here is a great introduction to tweetchats that you might find helpful. […] The post Join Me for a #LeadWithGiants Tweet Chat Monday, August 22nd! appeared first on Great Results Teambuilding. ...

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How to Take a Difficult Teammate Out… to Lunch

Everyone has that person at their office or work location. The difficult teammate. The person who, if you were living in an episode of The Sopranos, you would just tell Paulie to “take out.” Sadly, we don’t live in that world. But you do still have options.  You can take them out… to lunch. (and […] The post How to Take a Difficult Teammate Out… to Lunch appeared first on Great Results Teambuilding. ...

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12 Empowering Things a Team Leader Should Take

Most team leaders spend their time thinking more about empowering people, considering what things they can give people instead of what they could selfishly take.  In fact, I would argue that servant leadership is the most positive, powerful, effective, and inspiring example a manager or coach could provide their team. I’m sure you have heard […] The post 12 Empowering Things a Team Leader Should Take appeared first on Great Results Teambuilding. ...

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3 amazingly simple ways to help your team thrive through change

Change is constant.  You can count on it. But you can’t always count on your people to accept it with enthusiasm… The saying goes that everyone wants progress, but very few embrace the change that makes it possible… and so it is likely the same with people on your team. The idea of seeing your […] The post 3 amazingly simple ways to help your team thrive through change appeared first on Great Results Teambuilding. ...

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Two Questions That Invite Conversation and Eliminate Dissension

Years ago – as a very young teacher – I was in a meeting where our department head introduced a mandatory form each teacher would be required to fill out.  She clearly felt it would be a good idea to have everyone commit to the weekly documentation. The form was to be included in what […] The post Two Questions That Invite Conversation and Eliminate Dissension appeared first on Great Results Teambuilding. ...

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