Team Management – Online
To enable businesses to operate more effectively, it is essential that teams work towards business goals as a cohesive unit. This session is designed to maximise the performance of any team to deliver long-term business focused results. First, the environment is established to allow team relationships to flourish by identifying the barriers that inhibit team performance and then the team set objectives and plan using a defined structure. Finally the team look to the future and create a culture of continuous improvement.
Suitability - Who should attend?
For any manager who has the responsibility of managing a team and want to develop them into a high performing team.
Training Course Content
- The role and responsibilities of a team manager
- Varying your management style
- Team roles and team evolution
- Motivating the team to improve performance
- Creating team identity
- Delegating tasks effectively
- Giving structured feedback
- Dealing with difficult situations
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