Building high performance teams
Teams that perform well are self-motivated, accountable, and driven. High-performing teams should also have strong psychological safety and a collective purpose. This workshop helps managers recognise the current strengths in how they are managing their team along with practical insights of what else they can do to build a higher-performing team.
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As a result of this workshop participants will
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Teams may look a little different since the move to virtual and hybrid working, but at their heart there are the same factors influencing their effectiveness. Everyone wants their teams to be successful and to perform as highly as possible, but there are challenges and obstacles that stand in the way of creating a team culture that serves both the individual and the company.
This workshop will help teams to put high performance strategies in place and examines participant’s strengths
as a manager of a high-performing team. Participants will examine the research behind teams and gain a solid understanding of how they grow and develop. They will explore the different expectations they, as managers, may have, and learn about the importance of making these clear. There’ll also be opportunities for participants to reflect on their own team, in whatever phase or form they’re in currently, and plan the steps they will take to develop a high-performance team.
Who will benefit?
who would like to build confidence in leading their team to success and better position themselves for a management role .
leading teams for the first time and eager to learn how to do this is a way that encourages high performance.
Opens up your mindset and thought process about leadership.
I found this a very thought-provoking session – allowing me to reflect on different aspects of leadership and techniques to promote effective teams.
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Advanced listening skills
Communication is a two-part process and only when we sharpen our listening skills and adopt a receptive mindset can we truly understand the information we receive.
Building trusting relationships
Building trusting relationships at work is critical to engagement, productivity and overall health and satisfaction.
Collaboration has always been considered a vital skill in the workplace, and with the evolution of remote and hybrid working it’s has become even more important.