Management Teamwork & Communication
This interactive workshop is designed for members of management. It clarifies misconceptions about teams and how they communicate. It includes skills for chartering, selecting team members, reviewing performance, stopping teams and celebrating successes. It provides the skills to develop stronger, more productive teams.
- learn how to ‘create’ teams that function at peak performance
- learn the 5 characteristics of a team and how to make sure they are all healthy for any given team
- learn where each participant has strengths in team creation, mentoring and support
- understand the difference between project teams and organisational teams and how they are led differently
- measure the participants’ starting point and progress made over time
- develop an initial action plan for leading teams differently
- receive on-going coaching if required
- to instill the attributes and traits of peak performance in the delegates
- a quick pre workshop questionnaire (online) for the participant
- optional quick pre workshops questionnaires for members of a team the participant is interested in
- interactive, problem-solving style workshop
- brief lecture, learning by example
- led by a serially successful team lead executive
- strong personal development through interactions with the facilitator and other delegates
The workshop starts with a personal assessment showing participants their most natural traits when it comes to encouraging and sponsoring teamwork. We define the terms and basic building blocks of teamwork, but also dispel myths that are commonly held views but not very helpful. The facilitator keys into these preferred roles of the participants and shows how this knowledge can be used to improve team performance – in the participants’ own peer team and in their subordinate teams.
Critical to all teamwork is the underlying issue of communication. The communication process is broken down into component parts and each is examined in relation to the building blocks of teamwork, and the individual styles of the participants.
Throughout the workshop, participants receive tools to help on their teamwork journey, and there is plenty of time to practice them. This programme is supported by a number of online tools that are available to participants following the workshop, including the ability to contact the facilitator for guidance after the workshop ends. A great management development opportunity.
- introduction to the programme
- definition and myths
- why we use teams
- leadership and its impact on teamwork
- teamwork in organisational roles
- teamwork in project roles
- the communication process
- communication and its impact on teamwork
- team leading techniques
- selecting team members
- chartering, sponsoring, reviewing, stopping and celebrating
- staying on track
- on-going support