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)

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

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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

How Many Mission Statements Does Your Team Have?

The importance of mission statements struck me when I was still a coach and teacher, because I worked at five different high schools in my career.  That wasn’t because I couldn’t keep a teaching job… The moves happened because of coaching positions that came open.  Often it was just a better situation, and once it was […] The post How Many Mission Statements Does Your Team Have? appeared first on Great Results Teambuilding. ...

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How an Escape Room Event Can Inspire Teambuilding

Escape rooms have become a popular and entertaining experience in a number of cities, and here in Atlanta there have been a few of them that opened their doors for business. My wife and I have visited a couple, and enjoyed ourselves on both occasions. But as a team leader, you are likely asking yourself […] The post How an Escape Room Event Can Inspire Teambuilding appeared first on Great Results Teambuilding. ...

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Cure Frozen Dinner Syndrome by Setting Clear Expectations

Frozen Dinner Syndrome is the result of flawed expectations. Remember looking at the box there in the freezer aisle, and convincing yourself that it looked appetizing… even desirable? The post Cure Frozen Dinner Syndrome by Setting Clear Expectations appeared first on Great Results Teambuilding. ...

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“The Way” to Build Team Trust

(Thanks to Dave Blum for sharing this guest article)   A few days back I watched a fascinating movie, called The Way.  Have you seen it?   One of my go-to online resources, the Internet Movie Database (IMDb.com), describes the film’s plot as follows:  “A father heads overseas to recover the body of his estranged son […] The post “The Way” to Build Team Trust appeared first on Great Results Teambuilding. ...

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Make Team Feedback More Effective With COIN Conversations!

One of the most difficult parts of any team leader’s job is to have positive and effective feedback conversations.   Whether you are a coach, a sales manager, a school administrator, or a medical staff supervisor, The COIN model provides you a template for having feedback conversations that work and include 4 essential elements of […] The post Make Team Feedback More Effective With COIN Conversations! appeared first on Great Results Teambuilding. ...

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A Team Performance Chart to Improve Your Organization

If you are looking for a team performance chart to identify where your people are in terms of productivity or cohesiveness, the one below could truly help improve your organization. Team productivity is a measure of how successful your people are in terms of project completion or work efficiency.  Team cohesiveness is a measure of […] The post A Team Performance Chart to Improve Your Organization appeared first on Great Results Teambuilding. ...

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Does Your Conference Need a Networking Facilitator?

So, now you are asking yourself… what the heck is a networking facilitator? I would have asked the same question 10 years ago. But modern conference goals and a good bit of research suggest that one of the most impactful parts of your conference may be the choice to add a networking facilitator to your […] The post Does Your Conference Need a Networking Facilitator? appeared first on Great Results Teambuilding. ...

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Chick-fil-A and Delta and Three Leadership Lessons

My daughter plays beach volleyball. So she was very excited when she learned about a week-long camp at Hermosa Beach, in California, that would be run by college coaches.  And she and my wife both think this is a great opportunity for her to get better and build relationships… But it was expensive.  And it […] The post Chick-fil-A and Delta and Three Leadership Lessons appeared first on Great Results Teambuilding. ...

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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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