Scott I. Tannenbaum
Scott I. Tannenbaum is president of the Group for Organizational Effectiveness (gOE), an Albany, New York-based consulting and research firm he founded in 1987. Under his leadership, gOE has supported over 300 organizations globally, including 30+ Fortune 100 companies and numerous government and military organizations. He has worked with and supported a wide array of teams including medical, drilling, aviation, sales, banking, combat, and leadership teams.
Dr. Tannenbaum has over 50 publications and 90 professional presentations and has reviewed for 20 professional journals. Formerly a tenured business school professor, he holds a PhD in industrial-organizational psychology. His research has received awards from groups such as the National Academy of Management and ASTD. He was cited as one of the top 100+ business thinkers in The Guru Guide to the Knowledge Economy and was named a Fellow of the Society of Industrial and Organizational Psychologists.
Conducting Team Debriefs That Work: Lessons From Research and Practice
Debriefs, or after-action reviews, are one of the most promising and cost-effective ways to enhance team effectiveness. Unfortunately, most teams do not naturally conduct effective debriefs. This presentation provides insights about how to structure and conduct debriefs in work or team training settings to efficiently enhance team performance.
1. Summarize how and why debriefs work to improve team effectiveness.
2. Determine if debriefs are applicable in an organization/practice.
3. Explain how to structure and conduct an effective debrief.