Who should attend
This course is primarily targeted toward those new to leading a team.
About the course
This course will provide a foundation of leadership fundamentals to new leaders. Participants will have a deeper understanding of the key contributors to team performance and will be equipped with a number of tactical tools and approaches to immediately put into practice within their organization. Participants will be able to more effectively motivate team members; to form teams that are complementary—to each other, and to the leader; are more likely to yield better decisions and team outcomes, including productivity, performance, and innovation.
The program will draw on rigorous academic research to provide both a theoretical understanding, as well as a set of tactical tools, focused primarily on X key topics:
- Motivating individuals in teams
- The five enablers of team effectiveness
- Role design
- Assessment and team member selection
- Decision-making in teams
Finally, participants will learn about themselves as leaders through a series of brief assessments. The self-assessment will provide a framework for understanding team-member complementarity.
The core program will be hosted over a two-day period, with a mix of:
- Case studies
- Interactive lectures
Additionally, participants will complete pre-assessments prior to the first day of the program.
Paul Green is an experienced entrepreneur and currently a Doctorate candidate at Harvard Business School. Paul teaches a variety of Leadership programs at the Luxembourg school of Business, including the Leadership module within the MBA program. In 2006 Paul joined The Morning Star Company, a Cal...
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.