A lot of focus is put on leadership development when in reality the leader is just one person, the real driving force behind a leader’s success is their team. A team operating effectively as a single unit will always outperform the best individual operating on their own. More importantly no matter how knowledgeable and competent individual members of team may be, a dysfunctional team will undermine organisational goals, drain morale and waste effort.
With the increased commercial pressures and target driven cultures many leaders are now considering how to get the highest levels of performance from their people. The single most important factor in driving effective teamwork and team engagement is the behavior and style of the leader. This training seminar explains how to harness the team’s potential, and introduces techniques for moving the team to peak performance. The training seminar is highly interactive and participants are expected to discuss their unique situation as well as practicing the tools they are learning.
At the end of this training seminar, you will learn to:
The training seminar uses a range of approaches to learning, including experiential group activities, individual exercises, mini-case studies, role plays and syndicate discussions. Formal inputs are used to introduce underpinning theory. A key part of the learning process is sharing the differing experiences that participants bring, as well as experimenting with novel – and sometimes challenging – techniques. A psychometric instrument will be used to generate a personality profile, which will contribute to your understanding of your preferences and personal style.
Who Should Attend?
This training programme is suitable to a wide range of leadership and management functions from experienced leaders through to junior/middle managers who might be new to the role of leadership. It is important participants either lead or project manage a team of people.
|06 - 07 Aug, 2019|
|15 - 16 Oct, 2019|
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