Team Dynamics – working together to get things done
Team dynamics is about working co-operatively, across organisation cultures and boundaries to achieve shared goals.
Within the organisation, staff must work co-operatively together sharing best practices, breaking down departmental barriers, and communicating fully on new initiatives and priorities. This includes the ability to build on understanding to create dynamic local partnerships to ensure that the organisation really understands and meets the needs of its stakeholders. The additional challenge is managing teams who are virtual and spread across geographical areas.
The overall aims of the course
In this course we will explore how teams develop over time and at which touch points they become both happy and productive. We will also examine which tools team leaders can use to manage productivity, discontent, motivation of team members.
The power of a team is in its diversity of individuals, and that’s also where the challenges sit. It’s human nature to want to surround ourselves by like-minded people, however it’s been proven in time that the best work is done when there is a good mix of different people involved. Put a group of leaders together, and a lot will be argued but little will get done.
A successful team harnesses its diverse strengths to get more of the right tasks achieved on time.
- Maturity level of a team (forming, norming, storming, performing).
- The matrix of productive / unproductive and content / unhappy teams.
- Assuming responsibility and accountability in a team.
- Creating a supportive team environment.
- Managing team dysfunctions.
- Effective interpersonal relations.
- Stimulating authentic, open, and transparent communication as well as maintaining a good team spirit.
Course format – what’s going to happen
The training includes a trainer led briefing and discussion in plenary of the principles in team dynamics. Participants will join into small groups and each team member will take an assessment to get clarity on their own preferred behaviour. Each participant will share their personal strengths and identify certain tendencies that may derail great performance and collaboration with others. The trainer will report back to the teams by sharing the value of diversity in a team, how to perform at their best, and how to work efficiently through challenges.
Lead trainer Clemens Morvay is a knowledgeable coach and focuses on delivering methodologies to boost life-long learning. He developed and implemented trainings and workshops on topics such as feedback conversations, self-confidence, team and individual performance, career
Format – In-person and online
In-person: We bring people together in groups at your office or training centre in line with social distancing rules.
Webinars and online coaching: We run webinars for groups and online follow up coaching for individuals.
Online learning: We provide learners with online reading materials, tasks and cheat sheets.
Follow up training
We can tailor a programme to include Presentation Skills or Media Training. Our clients often ask for follow up training in Advanced Writing skills so that staff are well practised in developing both spoken and written messages.
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