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  How to Create High Performing Teams

Managing Teams effectively to achieve results

This programme provides an understanding of the development and dynamics of teams, motivating factors, and how to balance people’s roles and responsibilities for the good of the whole, resulting in increase productivity and a happier working environment.

Aims of the seminar:

As organisation structures become flatter and reporting lines more complex, dependency on good teamwork increases. The majority of business teams focus on a particular area of work or project. The emphasis is on the skills mix to do the job.

Some companies have moved beyond this, building high performing teams in order to improve overall performance. Recent research in the area of high performing teams has identified characteristics and behaviours that can be learnt and applied in newly formed teams, and also to improve the performance of existing teams. Understanding the dynamics of high performing teams is an essential part of being able to implement and maintain them.

By the end of the seminar delegates will gain an understanding of how to create and maintain a high performing team, and also have access to tools, techniques and reference materials which can be useful in any type of team environment.

During this programme we will explore:

  • Different types of teams and work groups

  • The characteristics of high performing teams

  • The stages of team development

  • The different contribution team members can make

  • Setting up effective communication channels

  • Motivating the team, and handling new or difficult team members

Who will benefit?

Supervisors, project and team leaders, first line managers and anyone about to take over the responsibility for a team or project

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