• Leadership and Navigation
What makes for a high performing team? Are you prepared to do it? This class offers team leaders, supervisors, and managers an opportunity to assess and think critically about what sets a team up for success, and what derails that success. The focus is on evaluating team and individual behaviors to determine the best course of action to support cohesion and productivity.
Effective team leadership requires the ability to assess the team’s developmental stages and identify needs and challenges impacting individual members and the team dynamic. The leader then adjusts how they respond and guides accordingly. In today’s complex and competitive business environment, organizations rely on team cohesion to navigate for success.
- Assess individual needs during the team development stages
- Apply both facilitative and directive leadership practices to support team development
- Clarify team goals, operating principles, roles, and work processes to determine appropriate action steps
- Discuss and apply four different leader decision-making styles
- Practice moving teams toward group decision-making
- Identify possible methods for assessing team effectiveness
- Evaluate participant dynamics
Who Should Attend
Team managers, supervisors, or lead workers who want to develop their leadership skills in a team environment
In addition to the standard on-site rate, this session has additional materials fees.
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