OCTANE – Building High Performance Teams Training – (CTS)

Start
May 17, 2021
End
May 24, 2021
Phone
+234, 08090546055, 08090546031

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Unlimited tickets

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Build high performing teams in your organization.

Raise team motivation and performance levels to achieve your business goals, with our building high performance teams course. Run in-house at your company offices, or via Zoom or Microsoft Teams for remote working staff.

COURSE AIM

The high performance team’s course is designed to help managers and team leaders develop the knowledge and skills to create and maintain a high performing team.

We will utilise the Belbin Team Roles model and self perception inventory to raise self awareness of participant’s preferred team role within a team, as well as the other behavioural characteristics that need to be present to achieve a high performing team.

Participants will also learn techniques that will engage and inspire their teams to achieve a higher level of team performance and synergy.

 

COURSE OBJECTIVES

By the end of the high performance team training, the participants will have:

  • Identified strategies to manage the different behavioural roles people take within a team and ways to improve team dynamics
  • Established personal strategies and actions that will build and maintain a high performing team
  • Communicated their own team vision in an engaging way to encourage team member “buy in”

 

COURSE OUTLINE

MODULE 1: INTRODUCTION TO TEAMS

  • Definition of “groups” and “teams”
  • Recognise the distinction between groups and teams
  • Understand your own group/team loyalties
  • The building blocks for high-performing teams

MODULE 2: TEAMS AND THEIR LEADERS

  • The relationship between teams, leaders, and managers
  • Key leadership tasks and responsibilities
  • Balancing influence, authority, and power
  • Different leadership styles and style flexibility
  • Self-awareness and getting feedback
  • Emotional intelligence and rapport

MODULE 3: VISION, DIRECTION & ALIGNMENT

  • Creating a shared vision
  • Aims, objectives and goal alignment
  • Developing meaningful objectives and indicators
  • Divergent approaches to problem-solving
  • Communicating a compelling vision
  • Taking a coaching approach to problem-solving

MODULE 4: TEAM DYNAMICS

  • Stages of team development
  • The sociology of the team
  • Characteristics of high-performing teams
  • Balancing different team roles and personality types
  • Non-traditional team structures
  • Delegation and empowerment

MODULE 5: MOTIVATING AND ENGAGING PEOPLE

  • What motivates people at work?
  • Developing strategies for improving motivation
  • How to increase engagement?
  • What motivates and drives your own behaviour?

MODULE 6: MANAGING PROFESSIONAL RELATIONSHIPS

  • The nature of professional relationships
  • Where to draw the line
  • Harassment policies and procedures
  • How to develop strategies for strengthening employee trust
  • How to manage difficult people at work
  • The importance of external stakeholder relationships

MODULE 7: LEADING TEAMS TO SOLVE PROBLEMS

  • The value of openness and inclusion in problem-solving
  • How to develop better problem-solving techniques
  • Do’s and don’ts in conflict management
  • The role of bias in problem-solving

MODULE 8: PERFORMANCE & CONFLICT MANAGEMENT

  • Defining performance
  • Approaches to measuring team and individual performance
  • Performance management: science or art?
  • Giving and receiving feedback effectively
  • Conflict as a catalyst for team development
  • Dealing with challenging interpersonal relations

MODULE 9: BRINGING DIVIDED GROUPS TOGETHER

  • Stereotypes and cultural bias
  • Discrimination and its implications
  • Recognise patterns and implications of intergroup behaviour
  • Develop strategies for bridging organisational silos
  • Steps to building an inclusive organisational identity
  • What to do if faced with unfair practices

MODULE 10: ORGANISATIONAL CULTURE

  • What is ‘Organisational Culture’?
  • Identify the impact of organisational culture
  • Cultural alignment with organisational strategy
  • Points of influence when trying to change organisational culture
  • Best practices of ‘Change Management’

MODULE 11: FOSTER YOUR TEAM FOR A BRIGHTER FUTURE

  • Personality types and their contribution to the success
  • Building a coherent team
  • Self-managing teams and their challenges
  • Coaching, mentoring and self-directed learning
  • Feedback and appraisal
  • Leveraging team strengths for peak performance

 

WHO SHOULD ATTEND?

This Leading High-Performance Teams Course would be suitable for:

  • Project managers
  • Supervisors
  • Team-leads
  • Managers of small to mid-sized teams
  • Middle and senior managers from the private, public, or non-profit sectors
  • Individuals who have taken up leadership roles recently, regardless of their titles
  • Seasoned leaders who want to brush up on advancements in new-age leadership research and practices

COURSE BENEFITS

Individuals who participate in this Leading High-Performance Teams Course can gain from it in the following ways:

  • Benefit from a heightened sense of self-awareness and self-understanding
  • Learn new tools to motivate and inspire others
  • Understand the processes for evaluating and adapting to different personality types
  • Gain great confidence in inappropriate leadership actions with increased knowledge in behavioural patterns
  • Get an increased clarity of your role and responsibilities
  • Practise improved self-control in challenging situations