Is your organization missing out on the power of teams? Successful teams have a positive effect on employee engagement and a direct impact on how your organization meets its strategic goals. In a team environment, leaders must stimulate collaboration and group decision making. In addition, you are often expected to involve employees from different parts and levels of the organization in projects even when they do not have direct authority over those team members. These cross-functional teams can be the driving force for change and improvement in your organization. You will discuss how to lay the groundwork for successful teams while identifying the leadership skills and behaviors needed to create positive change in a team environment.
This is the first of five programs in the Leading Effective Teams Certificate Series.
- Explain synergy and how it benefits the organization.
- Investigate the significance of team boundaries, mission, and ground rules.
- Identify stages of team development and team member roles.
- Examine elements of trust and identify ways to build trust.
- Demonstrate components necessary for successful organizational change.
- Evaluate teams and identify actions for improvement.
Who Should Attend:
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 organizational structure to a team-oriented environment.