1-2 Days Team Effectiveness and Building
Key Take Away
What is team effectiveness and building?
Building effective teams is a common challenge for most businesses. How do you assemble the right mix of people and expertise to deliver the most efficient and effective outcome?
Characteristics of a highly effective team:
Achieving results with teams of diverse people who have conflicting priorities can seem like an impossible task. However, you can develop a high performing, productive team capable of producing results, if you know how to do it.
Building Effective Teams will show you how to create and develop a team that supports collaboration, leverages individual talents and maximizes efficiency.
Proactive communication can be materialized in four ways:
- Emotional intelligence of each team member
- A good mix of introverts and extroverts
- Meaningful Common Purpose
- Clear Performance Goals
- Diversity of Skill and Personality
- Strong Communication and collaboration
- Trust and Commitment
What you will learn
- Team members provide information before being asked
- They provide support and assistance before being asked
- They take team initiative by providing guidance and making suggestions to other team members
- They provide updates, creating situational awareness for other team members.
- Why teams and teamwork is so important to today’s organizations?
- How to plan and organize for team success
- Understand your style and role as a team leader
- Practical skills for leading and motivating team members
- Sharpen Communication Techiniques and Skills
- Learn techniques for building a better team.
- Strategies for coping with team challenges
- Practice, discusses and problem solve.
- Stages of team development
- Common team dysfunctions
- Effective communication
- Leadership strategies
- Multicultural and virtual teams
- Decision-making techniques
Class size will be restricted to more than 100 corporate participants. The workshop class will be highly interactive and will consist of a combination of video material, case studies, class discussions and assignments.