$660.00Quote Training At My Workplace
- This team leadership course will benefit team leaders, supervisors and managers wanting to influence and motivate a group of people to work cohesively toward shared goals, especially in times of development, trouble or dysfunction.
- People should first attend or be familiar with the content covered in the Supervision and Management of People course.
- Lunch and refreshments
- Hard copy workbook
- Capped class sizes
WHAT YOU WILL GAIN
- Adapt your leadership style to get the most out of your team.
- Understand how different ‘leadership power bases’ impact teams.
- Proactively deal with situations that can demotivate teams.
- Recognise when your team is in trouble and what to do about it.
- Establish credibility and develop a culture of trust within your team.
- Identify stages of team development and how to move forward.
Trust and credibility
Learn about the importance of building a culture of trust and eight practical ways you can demonstrate your credibility as a leader and build trust in your team.
Team building and dynamic
Using the Tuckman model of forming, storming, norming, performing and adjourning, identify the stage your team is operating and how to help them evolve and develop.
Teams in trouble
Learn how to avoid and overcome obstacles such as team frustration, disappointment, staff turnover and loss of faith in their concept of teamwork.
Conflict within teams
Prevent and minimise conflict through a proactive and positive approach to dealing with differences within the team and develop your approach to facilitating positive outcomes.
Using your leadership style to get results
Team leaders who have the ability to use the six different styles in combination will have the best outcomes in most situations.
Leadership power and influence
It is crucial for leaders to understand various types of power and the differences between the two main categories they come under – personal and positional.
Evaluating team effectiveness
Identify how your team is working now and uncover specific areas you, as a team leader, can address to improve their effectiveness.
Five dysfunctions of a team
Be aware of the five potential barriers to team cohesiveness leaders and organisations often fall prey to so you can proactively avoid or manage them.