By the end of the program, participants will be able to:
- Distinguish between groups and teams and list the major characteristics of effective teams.
- Identify team strengths and blind spots after analyzing team members' personal styles and preferences.
- Use individual differences of team members as a gate to higher team performance.
- Make decisions by consensus through participation in a number of team building activities.
- Lead a team successfully and help it reach its potential.
This program is designed for:
Managers, supervisors and staff whose jobs involve building teams as well as working in teams.
This program is worth 25 NASBA CPEs.
Locations & Dates:
30 Sep - 04 Oct 2012
Arjaan By Rotana Dubai Media City
Meirc reserves the right to alter dates, content, venue and trainer with a reasonable notice time.
One extra free place for every 2 paid nominees
Delivery Type: Group-Live
Identifying the Strengths and Blind Spots of the Team
- Personal Development Profile or Innovate Using:
- The Creator Role
- The Advancer Role
- The Refiner Role
- The Executer Role
- Using Ones Personal Style to Help Team Development
- Typical Behavioral Dimensions:
- The Dominance Dimension
- The Influence Dimension
- The Steadiness Dimension
- The Conscientiousness Dimension
Differences Between Groups and Teams
- Characteristics of Groups
- Characteristics of Teams (Team Basics)
- Effective Teams: Definition and Characteristics
- High Performance Teams (HPT)
- The Concept of Synergy
Group Process: How Groups Work
- Consensus: Definition and Guidelines
- Applying Consensus in Team Building Contexts
- Task and Maintenance Functions of Groups
- Dysfunctional Team Roles
Team Roles and the Team Development Cycle
- Belbin Team Roles
- Action Orientation
- People Orientation
- Cerebral Orientation
- Stages of Team Development
- The Forming Stage
- The Storming Stage
- The Norming Stage
- The Performing Stage
- The Adjourning Stage
- Behavior and Communication Style at Each Stage
Team Leadership Concepts
- The Right Team for the Right Challenge
- Dealing with Weak Members
- Developing Good Communication between Teammates and Leaders
- Team Leadership:
- Theory X and Theory Y
- The Managerial Grid
- Situational Leadership
The Laws of Teamwork
- The 17 Indisputable Laws of Teamwork