PDF-InformationLeading Teams

Within a very short period of time, an emotional, sometimes conflictive dynamic arises within groups, departments and teams. Employees relate to each other, which gives way to cooperation and competition among them. Not surprisingly, this makes managers feel insecure. In this workshop, you will learn how to deal with this situation with composure and use the power inherent to this dynamic development to reach your goals.

Key  objectives

Getting to know your own typical role within teams
Assisting teams in increasing their own problem-solving ability
Being able to intervene in a purposeful manner during group processes
Taking on different team functions
Staying ready to act during a crisis
Handling jealousy, envy and competition
Using different strengths in individual team members

Course content

Group, department and team
The success factors of successful teamwork
Phase models and team development models
Principles of leading teams
Emotions and motivation within teams
Intervention options during conflicts
Personal role within teams
Fundamental contradictions in teams, groups and departments
Jealousy, envy and competition
Periodic team meetings
Differences within teams
Frankness and familiarity

Who should attend?

Managers who lead groups, departments or teams who want to learn to handle its complex dynamic. This workshop was been created for people who lead several other persons who in turn must work with each other because the task requires them to do so.

Your benefit

You will be able to identify situations where you need to include the entire team or the entire department into your considerations and you will be able to quickly find solutions to difficult situations. By providing guidance to your team, the team will be able to keep you abreast of many problems because team members will solve these problems themselves.

Methodology

Introductory presentations
One-on-one work and group work
Practical exercises
Actual examples provided by participants
Knowledge exchange among participants
Practical role-play
Theater improvisation
Analysis of actual cases

Maximum number of participants: 12

This workshop can be booked as an in-house event.

Duration: 3 days

Location: Austria, Germany, Switzerland, Poland, Hungary, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Ukraine, Serbia, Croatia, Slovenia, Russia

Participant quote: "I realized how I can use the team's power to reach our future goals."

 

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