One of an organization's biggest challenges is getting its diverse talent to work together in the most efficient and profitable way. A myth exacerbating this difficult challenge is that mixed personalities "won't ever get along." The truth is that in the right environment such talent can be turned into high-performance teams with the right conflict mitigation tools that boost trust, foster mutual respect, and make team members feel valued in the workplace. 

During this webinar, Executive Coaching, Lead Team Assessment, and High-Performance Team expert Tim Nightingale will discuss how to implement techniques that excite team members to unite, build each other up, and work in harmony to the best of their abilities to support an organization's vision and goals.

Discussion Topics:

  • How to develop healthy communication
  • How to cultivate an environment that facilitates good decisions & encourages a healthy feedback culture
  • Tools to mitigate conflict
  • Raphio Chocolates LLC & KEISER case studies

SJVMA This webinar is co-hosted by CMTC in collaboration with the San Joaquin Valley Manufacturing Alliance (SJVMA) for their "Manufacturing Matters: Inspiration for our Valley Makers" webinar series. 

This webinar was originally presented on August 19, 2021 at 12:00 PM PT. 

Meet the Speakers

Tim Nightingale

Tim Nightingale
Nightingale Resolutions

Tim Nightingale is an expert in Executive Coaching, Lead Team Assessment, and developing and sustaining High-Performance Teams. Tim’s specialty is helping businesses and organizations create high-performing teams that excel in earning respect, gaining trust, making good decisions, and achieving great outcomes. Tim’s client list includes organizations and companies in the manufacturing, education, government, healthcare, agriculture, and non-profit industries.


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