In this highly participative and energized learning program, participants will discover and apply some of the most critical concepts in leading and working in teams. All attendees will engage in small group activities that provide opportunities to solve problems together, analyze processes, debrief "hits and misses" in communication and reflect on how to apply this knowledge back at the workplace. Drawing from the resources of Lencioni's "Five Dysfunctions of a Team" and Runde and Flanagan's "Building Conflict Competent Teams", participants will gain a clear understanding of teambuilding for high performance and how it can benefit an organization.
The workshop is designed to help participants:
- Learn the key elements for building a high-performance team
-Improve teamwork by avoiding the fatal "5 Dysfunctions"
-Describe four ways to cultivate trust with employees
-Improve communication skills with a focus on listening and learning to use fact-based behavioral feedback
-Clarify leadership values, personalize a "leadership vision" and link it to the company's mission and values
-Motivate & influence employees more effectively
-Exploring thinking preference styles, identify natural strengths and potential blind spots, and relate these to leadership effectiveness
-Identify areas for improvement and setting developmental goals
-Develop strategies to strengthen team relationships by creating an action-plan