Creating High Performance Teams: the New Realities

Cambridge Judge Business School Executive Education

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  • 4 days
  • online

Cambridge Judge Business School Executive Education

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Who should attend

Team leaders who:

  • Are looking to improve or develop teams in order to maximise performance and organisational effectiveness.
  • Are seeking to expand their motivation and influence skills to collaborate with peers
  • Are seeking to work with other teams to develop social networks.

The programme is also suitable for organisational leaders who are looking to recalibrate their cultures towards high-performance working.

About the course

Our new ‘Live Online’ programme explores the changing world of high-performance teams, recognising the new realities of work in a post-COVID-19 world.

Teamwork is a vital ingredient to delivering valued objectives. How teams achieve high performance is a complex and multi-faceted issue, which has become more difficult during COVID-19 conditions. This programme addresses the core themes of how to create and lead high-performance teams while also showing how to deal with topical issues such as remote and virtual working, the practicalities of leading your team from a distance, fostering a team culture when you are no longer operating in a face-to-face office environment, and how you can motivate and evaluate your team in this new landscape.

Our world-class faculty will give you insights into how to navigate this new and rapidly changing environment and address how you can best adapt your leadership style to continue to get the most from your teams.

This well-established, intense and practical programme, in its new live-virtual format will:

  • Offer new perspectives on how to manage teams
  • Explore the importance of high-performance cultures
  • Examine the nature of remote teams and how to maximise their effectiveness
  • Develop your leadership style to achieve effective leadership in teams
  • Understand how to effectively leverage diversity within teams to build sustained performance.

Topics

  • The leader as coach – coaching to optimise team performance
  • Structuring high performance teams
  • Leadership within high performance teams
  • Ensuring high motivation and commitment within teams, particularly during crisis conditions
  • Leading remote and diverse teams.

Benefits

During this fast-paced and practical programme you will:

  • Gain new perspectives on how to manage teams
  • Explore the importance of high-performance cultures
  • Examine the nature of remote teams and how to maximise their effectiveness
  • Develop your leadership style to achieve effective leadership in teams
  • Understand how to effectively leverage diversity within teams to build sustained performance.
  • Understand how to develop team members’ motivation and commitment particularly in the current COVID-19 context.

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Philip Stiles

Philip developed the Global Human Resource Research Alliance, a research group involving 30 companies worldwide - American Express, BAE Systems, BT, EDF, GE, General Mills, IBM, IKEA, Infosys, Matsushita, Oracle, Procter and Gamble, Rolls-Royce, SANYO, Sealed Air, Shell, Siemens, TCL, TNT, and Un...

Kishore Sengupta

Reader in Operations Management Director of Executive Education MBA, PhD (Case Western University) Research interests Project management; knowledge management; business value of technology. Subject group: Operations & Technology Management Professional experience Dr Sengupta has served as...

Cath Bishop

As Chair of Cambridge University's Women's Boat Club, Cath enthuses students to wave their training oars defiantly in the face of a challenge. Fluent in five languages, few people are as well-equipped to inspire others all over the world and influence them to pursue higher goals. Cath has a BA i...

Gill Graves

Gill is an executive coach, facilitator and consultant in leadership, management and team development. She specialises in enabling individuals and organisations achieve their goals and realise their full potential. She is also author of the best-selling books ‘Presenting Yourself With Impact at W...

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