Creating a high performing team is one of the key considerations for any manager. Managing a high performing team then becomes an important responsibility. This one-day interactive session gives you the ‘why, what and how’ of managing a high performing team. With best practice approaches shared and encouraged into what you can do differently, to enable and manage a high performing team.

This is a classroom course.
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What you will learn

What you will learn

  • What makes a team as opposed to a group of people working together
  • The factors that enable a high performing team
  • The natural stages of team development and how to manage teams through these more quickly to become high performing
  • The importance of having a team purpose and how to create a purpose statement
  • How your personal leadership style can impact team development and performance
What the course covers

Modules in more detail

  1. What makes a high performing team? – Exploring 12 high performing team factors
  2. The stages of team development – how to recognise them, what to do at each stage and how to move through the stages to create a high performing team
  3. Individual styles and preferences – how these impact on team development
  4. Exploring the why, what and how of a team – the importance of a team purpose and how to create a purpose for your team
  5. Different leadership styles – how the leader’s style and preference impacts on the team and its members
  6. Creating ground rules – the importance of ground rules within a team and how to create these
Who it is suitable for

Who it is suitable for

  • New and experienced team leaders or managers who want to gain new skills to improve team performance
  • Anybody with team leadership responsibilities

At a glance...

At a glance
  • One-day classroom workshop
  • Closed group delivered within your business
  • Suitable for up to 12 delegates
  • Packed with practical and proven tips and techniques
  • Engaging activities and action planning
  • Considers typical team scenarios