Building Stronger Teams and More Effective Communication
with former NBA All-Star and current ESPN Analyst Tim Legler
Thursday, May 13th at 2 pm EDT
Join us on May 13th for an exclusive webinar in which we will explore communication in the modern world and the most important elements in building a strong, productive team.
We are giving you an amazing opportunity to hear from ESPN Analyst Tim Legler about what he has learned from his decade-long tenure playing in the NBA and his 20 years with ESPN. This event is built to give you insight about:
- The six main areas of importance for building a great team
- How modern forms of communication are bridging the gaps in geography and allowing for work from anywhere
- What is new with Cisco/Webex cloud calling and what businesses should know
Don’t forget to register to secure your spot for this exclusive event with Tim Legler and Hammer Tech.
This event is now closed. If you would like to watch the recording of it on-demand, click here.
About Tim Legler:
Former NBA player Tim Legler joined ESPN in 2000 as a studio analyst for ESPNEWS, and his role with the network has grown each year. He appears regularly as an analyst of ESPN2’s NBA Coast to Coast, a weekly whip-around show that takes viewers to live NBA games across the country, and NBA Fastbreak (ESPN’s NBA highlights, news, and information show). He also serves as a game analyst for select telecasts on ESPN and ESPN Radio broadcasts.
The sharp-shooting guard rose from the ranks of the CBA to NBA after leaving La Salle University in 1988. He played for five NBA teams – the Phoenix Suns, Utah Jazz, Golden State Warriors, Dallas Mavericks, and Washington Wizards – over his ten year career.
In his first season with the Washington Wizards, Legler burst into the national spotlight at the 1996 NBA All-Star Weekend when he won the three-point shooting contest. The players he defeated included Dennis Scott, Steve Kerr, and Glen Rice – to name a few. Legler went on to lead the NBA in three-point shooting with a percentage of .522 that season, falling just shy of the all-time single-season record of .524.
Legler received an MBA degree from the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania in 2002.