As we work with various teams and projects, we often have to work with (and in some cases lead) teams with the overall planning and organizing of their tasks. Inevitably, uncertainty among the team about their roles and objectives can arise. Also, we may even see instances of conflict arise early in a project cycle. Let's talk about how we can successfully lead others through change and get people to reach their full potential as high-performing team players.
Matt Adolphe facilitates a variety of professional courses across different industries typically focusing on diversity, leadership, business writing, resiliency, conflict management, and communication skills in the workplace. His two books are “Would You Hire You?” and “Canadian Workplace Culture: Mastering the Unspoken Rules.”
Also, Matt holds a B.A. in Indigenous Studies and History from Laurentian University and an M.A. in Communication Management from the University of South Australia. Overall, he has been teaching English, History, Culture, and Communication for 25 years in Korea, Japan, Macao, and Canada. Apart from his professional work, his other activities have included: volunteer, career coach, communication/media consultant, actor, writer, radio DJ, studio musician, speech writer, the first post-secondary representative for the Métis Nation of Ontario in 1993. Also, he became the first TV English News presenter in Macau’s broadcasting history in 2004.