Building Great Leadership Teams with Ruth Wageman (Video)
Watch video about 6 Conditions (features of your team that you can design & intentionally put in place) that reliably result in great teams.
Do you know how you can reliably have a great team, one that accomplishes great things, gets better and better over time, and is a place where you feel energized and great about what you’re doing?
During this session hosted by the Leading Change Network in 2022, Ruth Wageman talks about the 6 Conditions (features of your team that you can design and intentionally put in place) that reliably result in great teams.
About Ruth Wageman
Ruth Wageman is one of the foremost scholars studying and working with teams, especially leadership teams. She builds collaborative leadership capacity within and across organizations, especially with multi-sector leadership teams working to transform health and society. Ruth has been a professor at Columbia, Dartmouth, and Harvard, where she has led many original research programs. Ruth designed the Team Diagnostic Survey with Richard Hackman and Erin Lehman, and also leads accreditation workshops and teaches team development professionals how to use the framework and instrument in their practice.