Paul Bridle

Paul Bridle

SpeakerMatch

Sharing ideas to improve business performance

Paul spends 20% of his year studying effective organizations and the people that lead them. His presentations are filled with ideas based on his research, and he has a stimulating and thought provoking style

Fee Range: Available Upon Request
Travels from Toronto (CA)

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Paul Bridle
Mr Paul Bridle, FIBC, CSP - Motivational Speaker

Bridle Management Services Limited

Sharing ideas to improve business performance

Paul spends 20% of his year studying effective organizations and the people that lead them. His presentations are filled with ideas based on his research, and he has a stimulating and thought provoking style

Fee Range: Available Upon Request
Travels from Toronto, Ontario (Canada)

Affiliations:
  • The National Speakers Association
  • The Canadian Association of Professional Speakers
  • Certified Speaking Professional
Paul Bridle - Motivational Speaker

Paul Bridle

Bridle Management Services Limited

Sharing ideas to improve business performance

Paul spends 20% of his year studying effective organizations and the people that lead them. His presentations are filled with ideas based on his research, and he has a stimulating and thought provoking style

Fee Range: Available Upon Request
Travels from: Toronto, Ontario (Canada)

Affiliations:
  • The National Speakers Association
  • The Canadian Association of Professional Speakers
  • Certified Speaking Professional

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

Teamwork is Dead - Long live Teams that Work
Measure teams against four qualities needed for a “Team That Works” and define the appropriate style of leadership for a specific team.

The workplace has evolved and will continue to do so. Traditional ‘teamwork’ was originally based on pulling a group of people together with the aim of getting them to work together for an indefinite period of time. These days people often work in more than one team, may have more than one manager and in some cases, may never even meet their team members face-to-face due to virtual teams. Today the emphasis has moved from ‘teamwork” to creating “Teams that Work”. The difference is subtle but significant. There are benefits to both the organization and the individuals in these situations, but it does mean we need to take a fresh look at how teams are formed and how they are led. This session covers: How an organization develops a Team that Works, What needs to be in place for the team to be effective, The style of leadership needed in these cases. Participants will be able to: Measure their teams against the four qualities needed for a Team that Works, Define what their organization needs to put into place to create more effective teams, Define the appropriate style of leadership of a specific team. For further information please email lorna@paulbridle.com or call 1 647 990 9382 www.paulbridle.com