Quick Start Shoreline Tuesday: Business Leadership: Getting the most from your teams

Sunday, May 3, 2015

Join the business community at Quick-Start on Tuesday May 5, 2015 from 12:00 to 1:30pm at Shoreline City Hall, 17500 Midvale Avenue N.

Quick-Start Shoreline is presented by Shoreline Community College Small Business Accelerator and the City of Shoreline. These workshops are designed to be helpful for start-up, existing or potential business owners. Sessions are free and open to the public. Feel free to bring a brown bag lunch. 

Business Leadership:
Getting the most from your teams

For leaders to support teams, they are to follow a prescribed mechanical process. Researchers have explored strategies that address accountability and have found that setting team goals, objectives, developing member responsibilities, setting operating mechanisms, and determining the criteria for team evaluation, all support the protocol that drives the foundation of effective teams - trust. 

Come to another great presentation by Greg Price in our QuickStart Leadership Series for small business owners to learn how to identify the mechanics that influence team accountability, resulting in a highly effective team environment to improve your business.

Greg Price
Greg Price is an Assistant Professor for City University of Seattle managing their Master of Arts in Leadership and the Human Resource programs.

He is also co-owner of a 26-year old Seattle-based and family-owned, publishing company called Outdoors NW. Currently pursuing a doctorate degree in Organizational Leadership, he is presently focusing his research on entrepreneurial leadership.

This Quickstart program, in conjunction with Shoreline Community College’s Business Accelerator program, is an ideal incubator to help entrepreneurs enhance their business acumen and leadership capacity.

Gregory enjoys engaging participants by including them in his workshops. Roll up your sleeves! He looks forward to working with you.


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