Sean Glaze

Sean Glaze

SpeakerMatch

Inspiring Employees to Become Winning Teammates!

Sean delivers engaging teambuilding keynotes that inspire accountability, increase collaboration, and improve teamwork. Energize your audience with memorable stories and powerful insights from the author of The 10 Commandments of Winning Teammates.

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

For more information about booking Sean Glaze, visit
http://www.speakermatch.com/profile/sean

Or call SpeakerMatch at 1-866-372-8768.

Sean Glaze
Sean Glaze - Motivational Speaker

Great Results Teambuilding

Inspiring Employees to Become Winning Teammates!

Sean delivers engaging teambuilding keynotes that inspire accountability, increase collaboration, and improve teamwork. Energize your audience with memorable stories and powerful insights from the author of The 10 Commandments of Winning Teammates.

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!

Sean delivers engaging teambuilding keynotes that inspire accountability, increase collaboration, and improve teamwork. Energize your audience with memorable stories and powerful insights from the author of The 10 Commandments of Winning Teammates.

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

3 Questions to Grow Teammates Who Serve Others

In my experience with corporate and educational groups as a speaker and team building facilitator, I have found that there are 3 levels of servant leadership.   Working with teams in every industry, it seems that one of the greatest issues that groups face is the problem of awareness…   If someone is not AWARE […] The post 3 Questions to Grow Teammates Who Serve Others appeared first on Great Results Teambuilding. ...

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5 Questions to Reflect on at the End of Your Year, Season, or Project

  Teams come together for very specific reasons. Some are joined together for a season of a particular sport. Some are built for an important corporate project. But whatever your area of focus or purpose of being part of a team, at the end of your year… or your season… or your project… there should […] The post 5 Questions to Reflect on at the End of Your Year, Season, or Project appeared first on Great Results Teambuilding. ...

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The Gift of Connection and its Impact on Team Accountability

Ryan Buell and colleagues from Harvard Business School did a fascinating experiment in a restaurant to test the effect of cameras on food quality. In one situation, customers were able to see the cooks as they prepared their food. In the other instance, it was the reverse—cooks were provided with video screens showing the diners […] The post The Gift of Connection and its Impact on Team Accountability appeared first on Great Results Teambuilding. ...

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Slackers and Hustlers and Building Your Team

You don’t have to LIKE the same stuff your teammates do to be great teammates. You don’t have to LIKE the same stuff your spouse does to build a great marriage. The key to unity is DISLIKING the same things!   Let me explain. I like tennis. My wife is more into running. And that’s […] The post Slackers and Hustlers and Building Your Team appeared first on Great Results Teambuilding. ...

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Two Surprising Teamwork Lessons for Your Team From My First Marathon

Let’s start by stating the obvious. Marathons are hard. And marathons are far more of an individual challenge than a team activity. So what does running a marathon have to do with you leading your team? A good bit, actually…   First, a brief summary of my marathon experience: My wife and I decided to […] The post Two Surprising Teamwork Lessons for Your Team From My First Marathon appeared first on Great Results Teambuilding. ...

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Do the People on Your Team NEED to Like Each Other?

I got an email from a client that asked me for advice about a group of employees. In her words they were “having a hard time working together because they just don’t seem to like each other.” She asked what she could do to help the situation. Basically she was asking the same thing many […] The post Do the People on Your Team NEED to Like Each Other? appeared first on Great Results Teambuilding. ...

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What Invisible Fence is Limiting Your Team?

When I took our dogs on a walk the other day, I noticed something that could definitely help your team. We have one small dog (a cocker-spaniel and poodle mix) and one large dog (a lovable part-hound, part-shepherd mutt rescued from the animal shelter), and our neighborhood is filled with the barking of dozens of other dogs […] The post What Invisible Fence is Limiting Your Team? appeared first on Great Results Teambuilding. ...

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One Question to Better Connect with Your Teammates and Clients

As a team building facilitator, coach, and speaker, I have observed and learned a great deal about teams and teammates over the last 20 years. And one of the powerful insights that I often share at events is how to create team unity. Building a cohesive team requires you to connect people to two very important […] The post One Question to Better Connect with Your Teammates and Clients appeared first on Great Results Teambuilding. ...

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Never Adjust Expectations for the Mules

I had just taken over as head coach of a high school basketball program. From what I had learned prior to taking the job, there were a few talented seniors, and the varsity team had won more than they lost the year before… But the last coach had not done any off season work for […] The post Never Adjust Expectations for the Mules appeared first on Great Results Teambuilding. ...

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A Quick and Easy Ice Breaker Activity for Your Next Meeting

The name for this fun five-ten minute ice breaker activity is taken from a commercial that everyone on your team has probably seen at least a dozen times… It’s the “Capitol One Challenge…” But you don’t have to give me credit for the idea! (so punny!)   Okay – enough with the bad jokes. Here’s your easy […] The post A Quick and Easy Ice Breaker Activity for Your Next Meeting appeared first on Great Results Teambuilding. ...

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