Teamwork has its challenges, even on a good day. But the past year has presented even more challenges for individuals. With many of us connecting virtually more than ever before, how do you assemble a team and keep each member inspired and focused on the goal ahead?
Teamwork and productivity author, speaker and educator Lee Rubin will give the closing keynote at the 2021 NEC on “Five Components of Extraordinary Teams” to help attendees amplify their leadership and teamwork skills.
NEC 2021 Closing Keynote Session on Teamwork
Learn how to amplify your leadership and teamwork skills to benefit the government meetings field.
Consider this: machines are evaluated based on the output of the entire unit, not the impressiveness of their individual parts. Anyone ever waxed nostalgic about an automobile axle? Yet, you couldn’t hit the highway without it.
Extraordinary teams require certain components that hold each member together. While most organizations focus exclusively on building the skills of their individual members, elite organizations invest in the “stuff” that transforms a collection of talented individuals into extraordinary, high-performing teams.
Lee will focus on key points including making sacrifices to achieve your team’s common goal, creating open and honest communication as the foundation of trust, and focusing on discipline as the key to consistency. Learn how to create a team that works together for a winning outcome.
Keynote Speaker Lee Rubin
For 20 years, Lee Rubin has been building high performance teams in both corporate America and the collegiate sports world. His leadership and culture-building mindset focusses on the key components that create extraordinary teams.
Employing his experience as both a Human Resource Executive and Penn State football team captain, Lee has emerged as one of the most engaging and sought-after voices across the country with his unique ability to understand and articulate winning principles with tremendous clarity and practical application on team building, leadership, and peak performance.
He holds a bachelor’s degree in Speech Communications with a minor in Business from Penn State University. Rubin received a full athletic scholarship to play football for the Nittany Lions. Lee was a three-year starting free safety, the 1994 Florida Citrus Bowl Defensive MVP and an All-Big Ten Conference selection and an Honorable Mention All-American.
Register Today for 2021 NEC
Register now before the early bird registration deadline on July 16, 2021 for the best rates. We also offer a virtual attendance option. Download a justification letter template to sell conference attendance to your supervisor, check out the educational sessions and find out reasons why attending the conference can help drive you and your career forward. We look forward to seeing you in Huntsville or online!