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All that we do in organizations today is currently done in teams. Many teams fail because they do not work together, people are disengaged, information is not shared with members of the team, wires get crisscrossed, and time and money are misused. Top performing teams can accomplish more prominent levels of investment, participation, and coordinated effort because of individuals believing each other, sharing a solid feeling of team personality, and believing in their adequacy as a team.


You will learn to:


1.  Establish team effectiveness through team emotional intelligence


2.  Develop ways of helping others on your team develop their emotional intelligence


3.  Identify steps to develop a strong emotional culture




Mical L. Cayton is the former Area Information Officer for Kaiser Permanente Diablo Service Area.  Mical has more than 35 years in Information Technology (IT). He was in charge of dealing with all IT elements of the Kaiser Diablo Service Area, IT solutions and delivery team. He provided technology leadership and consultative services to Kaiser’ Foundation Hospitals Diablo Service Area leadership team and business partners. His technical expertise includes management, oversight, and leadership of networking engineering, web, voice, infrastructure, NOC, and corporate IT operation.   Prior to Kaiser, he worked for Amazon, Qualcomm, Microsoft, Expedia, and various other software firms leading and directing teams of managers of desktop support, software development, project managers, information security specialist, database administrators.  Mical is currently on Sabbatical pursuing a Ph.D. in Information Technology.


He believes the most important leadership skill you can develop is the ability to provide inspiration to your team. If you inspire them to reach for the stars, they just might bring you back the moon. Mical holds a Bachelors in Management from St. Mary’s College and a Master’s degree in Theological Studies from Faith Evangelical College and Seminary.