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The WHO and the HOW of High-Performance Teamwork webinar

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Research suggests that only 10% of teams are high-performing, 50% are average and 40% dysfunctional. This webinar was held on 23 June 2022.

Nick Fewings, author of best-selling book, Team Lead Succeed, shared some of his insights into how to achieve high-performance teamwork, based on his 10 years’ experience of leading teams and 20 years facilitating team development with teams around the world.

Nick has very kindly allowed his presented material to be made available for viewing.
The slides on Slideshare and the webinar recording on YouTube is now available in our APM resources area and also embedded below for reference.

Nick Fewings, Director of Ngagementworks

Nick FewingsNick calls himself a Teamologist, someone who specialises in the study of the dynamics of teamwork, using this knowledge, to help teams become more effective.

After a 20 year career in banking, working his way up from a cashier to a project leader, and finally a change director, Nick has spent two decades, developing teams across the globe, encouraging, facilitating, and helping them to make a positive difference to the effectiveness of their teamwork. During this period, he has profiled thousands of individuals across hundreds of teams.

Nick is also the creator of the Team DyNAmics Model that measures overall team effectiveness and effectiveness across 16 areas of teamwork, important in helping to achieve high-performance.

When not working with teams, he is also a highly regarded, award winning keynote conference speaker and to date, has spoken at over 500 conferences worldwide, including every branch of the APM, in the UK, some on more than one occasion.

This event is suitable for professionals with any level of experience.

Previous webinars can be viewed on the APM Slideshare and YouTube channels

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APM Body of Knowledge 7th edition reference

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