Building Cohesive Teams
Teams are an important building block of successful organizations. Whether the focus is on service, quality, cost, value, speed, efficiency, performance, or other similar goals, teams are the basic unit that support most organizations.
Success as a manager is heavily influenced by how well your team operates and what kind of results they achieve. Is your team able to effectively solve problems? Can they resolve conflict? Are they enthusiastic and motivated to do their best? Do they trust one another and work well together? This workshop is designed for participants who want to develop their team-focused leadership skills.
Learn how to:
- Identify different types of teams
- Build teamwork by recognizing and tapping into the 12 characteristics of an effective team
- Promote trust and rapport by exploring your team player style and how it impacts group dynamics
- Recognize the key elements that move a team from involvement to empowerment and how to give these elements to your team
- Discuss strategies for dealing with team conflict and common problems
- Understand how action planning and analysis tools can optimize team performance
Who should attend?
- Professionals who want to build and sustain healthy teams, promote trust and rapport, and help their teams perform better
Benefits to you and your organization:
- Increased collaboration for success
- Individuals shed their ego and contribute to a larger group
- A renewed focus on generating ideas and encouraging an open network of shared information
Instruction by an expert facilitator
- Small, interactive classes
- Specialized manual and course materials
- Personalized certificate of completion
- Feedback from other participants
- Tools for implementation
This one-day program can be taken as single-topic event to develop competency or you can complete the six-course series to receive Davenport University’s Certificate of Supervisory Management.
Davenport University Institute for Professional Excellence
Dec 17, 2015
9am - 5pm
*This course is eligible for 7 CPE credits through the NASBA.
Contact Lesa Bergsma at 616.233.2581 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.