Team Development and Performance

 

Objectives of this workshop

These are to develop the knowledge, understanding and skills of the delegates and to lay the groundwork for even more effective team functioning in the future by:

  1. Giving participants an understanding of :
  • roles required to create a complete team
  • skills needed to contribute to an effective team
  • the characteristics of productive teams
  • what makes teams dysfunctional
  • the essential components of teamwork
  • what motivates and de-motivates people
  1. Developing an approach to solving problems and resolving conflicts within teams.
  2. Practising teambuilding and teamwork skills.
     

Outline of the workshop

  • What is a team?
  • What differentiates teams from groups of individuals?
  • Characteristics of an effective team
  • 7 roles required in effective teams
  • Leadership and teams
  • 4 stages of team creation
  • Problems in teams
  • 10 point plan to solve team problems
  • Preventing problem recurrence
  • People in teams
  • Belbin theory
  • Motivation in teams
  • Why teamwork is important
  • Teams and Organisations

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