Building and Leading High-Performance Teams
CategoriesDiversity and Inclusion
Shape and Lead Best Teams Ever
Master the key challenges and unique opportunities inherent in designing and managing teams. Acquire proven strategies to foster team cohesion and sustain motivation, enthusiasm and creativity over time.
- Enhance your ability to create and lead stellar teams
- Discover processes and techniques that promote a climate of trust and commitment
- Learn how to harness the unique characteristics of virtual teams and to manage complex teams
- Execute a team diagnostic and implement a plan to address areas for improvement
During the “Building and Leading High-Performance Teams” program, we will tackle the following topics:
The Essentials High-Performance Team (HPT)
Evaluate the common traits of HPT members, as well as the requisite stages and processes to successfully develop a high-performance team. This includes discussion of the dynamics of virtual and culturally diverse teams.
Developing Your Management Team
Discover highly practical methodologies to address the specific challenges associated with virtual teams.
Learn how to employ mechanisms to enhance team dynamics and create an optimal environment of trust and collaboration.
Explore strategies to create effective communication across geographic, time, cultural and linguistic barriers, and learn how to address needs at both individual and team levels.
Analyze the essentials of managing teams: enhanced communication, coordination and alignment.
Using a highly dynamic and practical approach, the “Building and Leading High-Performance Teams” program combines a range of interactive learning methods, including case studies, team-based simulations, one-on-one coaching sessions, peer to peer coaching and role play. Before the program, participants will complete a personality test that will serve as the basis of further exploration in individual coaching sessions.
Who should attend
The “Building and Leading High-Performance Teams” program is aimed at senior managers responsible for leading teams. Advisory committee members, managing directors, division heads and functional managers will find it particularly beneficial.