Getting the Best From Your Team


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When
:
April 10, 2019 - 9:00 to 17:00
Length
:
1 day
Location
:
Grand Hotel Park Suites
Course Fee
:
£325
   

FOR:

Team Leaders who wish to develop their skills in building effective working teams.

OBJECTIVES:

By the end of the course delegates will:

  • Understand their role in encouraging team-working
  • Be able to improve teamwork and relationships
  • Have explored ways of reviewing and measuring team performance
  • Know how to communicate more effectively one-to one and in teams
  • Be able to involve their team in the implementation of change

METHOD:

The course is highly participative with practical tasks and group discussions

The course will cover the following:

LEADERSHIP

  • Rethinking of leadership responsibilities and the importance of building effective teams.

TEAMWORKING

  • What makes an effective team?
  • Practical tasks and discussion to identify the characteristics of an effective team
  • Identification of the stages in team development and the appropriate leadership style

COMMUNICATION

  • Improving interpersonal skills and ensuring that communication with the team is effective.
  • Measuring and reporting team performance through structured team meetings and reviews.

MOTIVATING OTHERS

  • Understanding the causes of frustration and de-motivation
  • Identification of the preferred roles people play within teams
  • What actions are needed to get the best out of all team members?

DEVELOPING STAFF

  • The role of the leader as coach, developer and facilitator
  • Skills required to coach and support the development of staff
  • Using delegation to develop individuals
  • Encouraging creativity and the involvement of all the team members in the implementation of change

HANDLING CONFLICT

  • How to handle day-today conflict and disagreement within the team
  • The role of productive conflict and debate within the team

SUMMARY AND ACTION PLANNING

  • Delegates will develop action plans for building more effective teams on their return to work