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Building a High Performing Team

One-day training course for encouraging teamwork and improving  performance.

Overview

Teams are now an ever-changing dynamic, subject to rapid change in their membership, their function, their management and their place in the organisation.  Yet teams are still only groups of human beings, with skills, personalities and feelings.  

This course has been designed to be highly interactive, engaging and stimulating. It encourages delegates to consider ways of fostering teamwork via the understanding of what motivates others, and to be aware of the type of team that will be formed by their management style.

All delegates will be asked to complete a Clarity 4D Personal Profile, which is an online questionnaire, before attending the course. These Personal Profiles will then be used on the day to provide valuable insights on to what motivates individuals and how this affects team dynamics.

Who should attend?

Managers and Team Leaders, both newly appointed and those with more experience, that are looking to build upon their management success to date.

Content

What is a good Team?  Defining your mission or purpose - what are we aiming for? What are our authority or boundary conditions and parameters?

What motivates people to work? Te common motivational factors that cause individuals satisfaction and dissatisfaction in the workplace.

Measuring staff engagement. Staff Engagement Surveys and other methods of calculating, tracking and monitoring staff opinion and satisfaction.

Understanding yourself and others. Character Type Recognition utilising the Clarity 4D Profiles that were previously completed. This session provides a fascinating insight into a 'Preferred Behaviour' and is an excellent tool to use when adapting and connecting with others.

Management Styles. This pivotal session looks at management and negotiation styles, whilst assessing branch and company ethos. Concludes with the resulting impact different styles will have upon Staff Engagement and Retention.

Transactional Analysis. Covering the way in which staff are both communicated with and motivated by management.

Managing Performance. Assessing your team member's needs and a step by step guide to managing performance. Includes how to manage those 'difficult conversations' that need to be had to ensure that staff remain focused and motivated.

Creating advancement opportunities. How to ensure that key staff remain loyal by feeling that their career is on a trajectory to meet their aspirations. Includes succession planning to meet future challenges in a changing environment.

Appraisals. Ensuring that this invaluable tool is used properly to provide the most benefit to all concerned.

What next? Delegates are encouraged to consider what steps could be taken to improve levels of Staff Engagement, and therefore Staff Retention within the organisation and according to their individual needs.

 

For more info phone 07514 031549 or complete booking form