This three-day elective course explores what makes teams work, and how to build a team of disparate views around a single goal. Team building begins at the top. Choose leaders wisely and follow the principles of good teams, including establishing a common mission, defining roles and responsibilities to gain buy-in, ensuring responsible oversite, leveraging skillsets, building a culture of trust, and communicating effectively. In this course, participants will learn the philosophies of how to make team members feel valued and valuable through active engagement strategies. Participants will learn how to use the project or program as a driving force to unify team actions and deliverables.
- Learn how to recognize talents of the team.
- Manage expectations inward, upward, and outward.
- Recognize non-contributors and how to turn them into performers.
- Apply leadership skills to create a dream team.
- See opportunities in changes.
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