Leading Teams in Organizations One-Day Course
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This one-day executive course from Kelley takes the mystery out of effective teamwork and team leadership. Discover the strategies and tactics that effective leaders use to build high-performance teams.
Are you struggling to build a high-performance team?
More efficient task completion. More effective collaboration. More satisfying team interactions. It is possible to achieve these goals and lead your team to success. But how do you do it?
If you’ve experienced frustration or dissatisfaction with a team experience, or if you’ve ever desired to replicate the success of a satisfying team experience, but don’t know how, you’re not out of luck.
By understanding the opportunities, constraints, and best practices associated with teams in organizations, driven leaders can successfully maximize team effectiveness and satisfaction.
Create a thriving, results-oriented team by maximizing the power of collaboration.
This one-day course takes the mystery out of effective teamwork and team leadership. You’ll identify the skills that effective leaders use motivate team members to live up to their potential and perform optimally in pursuit of organizational goals.
With energetic discussions and interactive learning, you’ll explore a dynamic mix of proven leadership strategies and tactics to help you build, guide, and motivate your team and define yourself as a leader in your organization.
Learning outcomes: what you'll take back to the office
In this one-day course, you will:
- Discover how to build teams that are aligned with organizational goals and objectives
- Explore strategies for maximizing team meeting effectiveness
- Examine best practices for team decision-making and conflict management
- Learn how to establish a culture that supports team commitment and productivity
- Review the common traps and myths of teamwork
- Increase your effectiveness as a team leader
Who should attend
The course is designed for anyone who appreciates the value of collaborative, high-performance teams. It will be especially beneficial for those at any organizational level who need their teams to solve strategic business problems, and for those who recognize the value of human capital in attaining a competitive advantage.