Teams carry out most tasks in modern business, so the ability to build and lead teams is a vital management attribute. Team leaders though must first and foremost be team players. It is vital that managers have the ability to work with others in a constructive manner and are able to recognise and react to factors that inhibit team growth.
This course seeks to provide delegates with a thorough understanding of the latest thinking on how high performing teams are formed and maintained. They will learn what mix of personalities are most likely to combine effectively and how to deal with elements of dysfunction within the team.
The course is almost entirely practical. Delegates will take part in a wide range of team activities and business simulations that will provide them with first hand experience of team dynamics. Each delegate will also have the opportunity to facilitate discussions on team performance, which will help to develop their analytical abilities and feedback skills.
Delegates will leave with a practical toolkit of techniques and activities which can they apply immediately in the workplace.