Collaboration. Teamwork. Cohesiveness. These words describe the difference between a true team working together to accomplish goals and a group of individuals working side by side. Successful teams require solid structure and organization, superior communication skills, and sound problem-solving and process-driven project management practices. The Leading Effective Teams series provides participants with the background knowledge, techniques, and skills to lead productive and successful teams. Leaders of new teams as well as leaders of established teams will take away practical techniques and tools for stimulating collaboration and success on their teams. It is suggested, but not required, that participants attend the series in order.
When you complete the entire series, you'll receive a certificate recognizing your achievement.
Who Should Attend:
Participants are leaders of departmental, cross-functional, or project teams who may or may not have direct authority over team members. The content of this series is also appropriate for individuals in management/supervisory roles moving from a traditional organization structure to a team-oriented environment.
Courses in this series: