Understand key characteristics of your teams and how to use assessment tools to select and develop team members.
Managers and Team Leaders who currently manage an existing team, or who are acquiring a new team or team members. Also relevant for HR Professionals responsible for selecting individuals for new or existing teams.
This one day workshop will give you the knowledge and skills you need to create and maintain
a high performance team. Through a series of interactive taught and practical sessions you
will develop an understanding of the key characteristics of teams and gain experience using assessment tools to help you select and develop team members. Learn how to deal with challenging team members and break down barriers to collaboration with the teams you manage directly or remotely to enhance team performance through registering your place on this workshop today.
Key Learning Outcomes:
Understand the key characteristics of high performing teams; why teams fail and the behaviours needed for high performance
Understand how to develop an effective team and how individuals contribute to overall team performance
The key stages of team development and how you can support your team through the various stages
How to use the Occupational Personality Questionnaire (OPQ32) to gain an insight into individual and overall team key strengths and development areas
Sharing insight with individuals and teams on their likely team impact and influence on the wider team
Tools to enable you ensure and enhance team performance
Confidence in how to deal with difficult team members who may be blocking team
What you need to know about the differences between managing teams directly and remotely and how you need to adjust your approach accordingly
No one knows more about helping organisations find and develop the right talent. Our training
focusses on business results
helps you embed objective assessment in your organisation
equips you to measure individual potential fairly and accurately
Participants receive certification from SHL.