What makes a good team?
A true team is a living, consultancy changing, dynamic force in which a number of people come together to work. Team member discusses their objectives, assess ideas, make a decision, and work towards their targets together.
- A team member has ideas promoted by the presentation.
- Team leader assesses new ideas.
- Colleague introduce a new idea to the group.
- Listener watches reaction of term before delivering option.
- A building, leading and working effectively within work teams.
Cultivating a network of contacts as sources of information, advice, and support.
- Pursues the development of contacts to expand opportunities
- Actively and continuously seeks opportunities to promote business and increase visibility
- Quickly and easily builds networks and personal relationships
Communication/Impact and Influence
Gaining support from others for ideas, proposals, and solutions through effective communication and action.
- Makes effective presentations, targeting message and language of communication to the audience
- Describes a compelling vision for the organization
- Uses language that is targeted to the audience (e.g. clients)
- Translates research into business terms, as required
Interacting effectively with others, maintaining relationships and producing win-win results
- Trusts others to invest themselves in the venture
- Is genuine and authentic; builds trust with staff, client, contacts, etc.
- Negotiates effectively with others, seeking “win/win” outcomes
A building, leading and working effectively within work teams.
- Builds teams comprised of the right skills to promote business success
- Understands strengths and weaknesses of team members
- Works to overcome barriers to team effectiveness
- Invests in the team to make sure members can succeed
Who Will Benefit From The Course?
- “Not finance. Not strategy. Not technology. It is teamwork that remains the ultimate competitive advantage, both because it is so powerful and so rare”. so anyone who is involved in a team can participate
The Training Methodology
- Participatory (Group Discussions, Games, Case Studies)
- Experiential (Film-based sessions, group activities)
- Cognitive (sessions using Psychology, Philosophy, Neuroscience & Popular Culture)
Duration: 3 To 4 Hours