About the course
Explore team theory, learn how to work with complex and remote teams and discover how to develop and motivate your team to maintain high levels of performance.
- Begin to develop your team by establishing a clear purpose
- Know how to keep your team motivated and engaged to maintain high performance levels.
- Understand how to work with remote and complex teams.
The course is divided into 4 modules. Each module focuses on a different aspect of team collaboration.
01 Team Skills & Theory
Examines and explores team skills and theory. You will examine, Tuckman’s Model of Team Development, Lencioni’s Models of Team Performance and Drexler & Sibbett, to name a few, whilst finding the common themes across all team theories that will create high performing teams.
02 Establishing Team Purpose
Whether you are managing a new team coming together for the first time, an established team that wants to focus on team development, or a team embarking on a major project, this module will guide you in developing your team by establishing a clear purpose.
03 Maintaining High Team Performance
As a team leader, your role is broader, and you can step back and let your team members get on with the job. This module looks at how to keep your team motivated and engaged to maintain high performance levels.
04 Remote Teams
Explores how to work with remote teams. As teams become more global and remote the importance of reducing misunderstanding due to cultural and language barriers become paramount, as does the ability to read non-verbal cues effectively.
BSc (Hons) Psychol, MSc Angela is a full-time faculty member, executive coach and client director at Ashridge. She works with a wide range of clients including Ernst & Young, Informa, Galbraiths, and the Egyptian Banking Institute. Angela specialises in team development and impact and presenc...
Because of COVID-19, many providers are cancelling or postponing in-person programs or providing online participation options.
We are happy to help you find a suitable online alternative.