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.
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.