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Building and Managing Effective Teams

In today's modern, collaborative business environment, teamwork is essential to the success of any organization. Formal and informal teams are required to leverage the greatest possible productivity from the limited human capital with which many organizations are equipped. Training on how to build effective teams for projects, initiatives and special assignments is imperative, but the training should not stop at the creation of the team. To further the agenda, organizations must be instructed on how to manage and maintain the teams that they build. Unlike many other similar programs available in the marketplace, Building and Managing Effective Teams meets the full spectrum of needs that teams have if they want to succeed and thrive in today's competitive landscape.

What You Will Learn:
How to plan in advance who and what will comprise of your team
How to assign individual tasks to create a sum that is greater than the parts
How to tie the goals of your teamwork to the mission of your organization
How to identify problems in the team before they fester
How to lead a team through good times and bad
How to effectively communicate your needs to the rest of the team
How to manage the individuals to create positive group dynamics

How You Will Benefit:
By assembling and managing effective teams to meet your objectives
By maintaining and then improving upon the team once it's built
By reaping the benefits of collaboration and cooperation
By doing more as a team than as individuals
By becoming a better problem solver in a team setting
By becoming a better manager through improved communication techniques

Who Should Attend:
This course is ideal for those who are charged with the role of leading, growing, and changing group results. It is very beneficial for teams who are already formed and tasked with goals.

Program Length: One or Two Days

Complementary or Add-On Programs:
1) Interpersonal Dynamics
2) Conducting Productive Meetings
3) Introduction to Motivation

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