Sean Glaze

In modern organizations there seems to be a revolving door of projects and that present employees and managers with new roles and new teammates. The challenge they face is seldom about strategy. Leaders struggle because they don’t have a process for bringing diverse individuals together as a collaborative team. This is a story that offers leaders a solution to that all-too-common problem in an easy-to-read and entertaining leadership parable.

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About Sean

Sean Glaze inspires people to have fun laughing together so they can have more success working together.   His two books, The Unexpected Leader and Rapid Teamwork are powerful parables for building and leading great teams!

As a successful basketball coach and educator for over 20 years, Sean gained valuable insights into how to develop winning teams, and founded Great Results Teambuilding to share those lessons…

Today, he travels around the country delivering interactive events and entertaining keynotes that transform employees into winning teammates!

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Rapid Teamwork

If you are anything like me, you will be able to relate to the main character of my most recent book, Rapid Teamwork.

His name is Greg – and as the director of a large organization, he does a good job.

But his team is under-performing…and despite his focus on strategy and skills and metrics, he can’t figure out what is missing.

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