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High Performance Teams

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The IMI High Performance Teams programme is a short 2 day programme aimed at developing your team leadership skills, your understanding of team roles and dynamics.

Unlike many other management programmes it takes a deep dive into the behavioural aspects of managing a group of people to excel and to achieve high performance.


  • Develop high performing teams
  • Understand the psychological traps of working groups
  • Focus the team collective mind on strategic objectives
  • Develop team productivity
  • Plan for the synergistic interactions of a team in the organisation
  • Identify team member critical strengths and focus them where they count the most
  • Develop trust and team leadership skills
  • Develop team agility and collaborative spirit
  • Build team confidence and pride
  • Shape and model team high performing behaviours

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Day 1: High Performing Teams Building Blocks

Workshop content will include:

  • Understanding High Performing Teams Psychology & Fundamentals
  • Building effective working relationships
  • Engaging teams in developing a common purpose
  • Developing trust and leadership traits
  • Discovering Individual strengths and directing effort where it counts the most
  • Shaping high performing behaviours

Day 2: High Performing Teams in the Field

  • Developing High Performing Team Spirit
  • Managing Confidence and overcoming fears
  • Testing Interdependent teams work

Who should attend

This programme is designed for managers who are moving to manage a team within an organisation or who need to understand the dynamics of teams in the context of the modern organisation – whether in a matrix or direct reports.


  • Those who have recently moved into a new team leadership role
  • Those whose team has been expanded or merged
  • Those tasked with leading a matrix or project team
  • Those leading a smaller organisation as a team
  • Those coordinating groups of diverse individuals
  • Those looking to expand their management and leadership skills to lead groups of individuals


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