Creating Effective Teams Out of Thin Air: the Power of Energizing Your Infrastructure

  • Tuesday, September 27, 2011
  • 5:30 PM - 7:30 PM
  • University Center, 225 S. Pleasantburg, Greenville, SC 29607


  • Anyone who is a current member of GSHRM and who has presented at the door the conference flyer allowing for one free meeting.
  • Special price for members
  • a college student currently enrolled in 12 credit hours.

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For our Sept. 27 chapter meeting, Infragize™ founder and president Brooks Knobel will present "Creating Effective Teams Out of Thin Air: the Power of Energizing Your Infrastructure."

According to Knobel, “The organizations utilizing the Infragize™ approach report that teams are positively engaged by the experience. In fact, that is how the name Infragize™ was coined…we identified the need for team-based organizations to ‘energize their infrastructure’ to maximize results.

Team cohesiveness is vital to so many organizations---from corporations to civic groups to church leadership to boards of directors. Infragize™ sessions identify the unique team-building components required for success for each individual organization.

His presentation will show several methods for getting teams aligned faster and more effectively, utilizing methods ranging from Infragize™ sessions to team visioning and gifts discernment/utilization. Pulling from real-world experience, Knobel will show examples of team success stories and how that success can be transferred to your teams.

Knobel has experience from more than 2,000 marketing and research projects over the last 18 years. Having been the principal for The Cushman Group since 2002, he also has served as a principal for two internet companies ( in Greenville and in Dallas) as well as two research companies (Carolina Market Research in Greenville and Coastal Focus in Charleston). 

Knobel also currently serves on the Diocesan Executive Council for the Episcopal Diocese of Upper SC and is currently the chairman of the Diocesan Commission on Congregations, a position he has held for three years. A graduate from Sewanee (The University of The South), he is married to Stephanie Knobel and has two children, Grant and Anna Dyer.  

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