Building Effective Teams
- Team building will strengthen and build the whole team while developing the individual; it helps people steer away from blame and create a climate of loyalty and support.
- It is most important to recognize that a team is a collection of related but disparate individuals. There may be common goals and purpose, but each team member will see things differently because no two people see the world in exactly the same way.
- Team members don’t always have to agree; however, they do need to negotiate and accommodate all the different views and ways of working that people have.
- This training program aims at aiding team members and mangers understand the various elements that go into building and managing an effective team.
COURSE DELIVERY METHOD
The course will be delivered as a workshop, which includes heavy interaction from the attendees. The theoretical partition of this course will be reduced to the minimum, and most of the focus will be:
- Games & activities
- Presentations & interactive discussions
- Role play
Prior to the course, there will be a pre-assessment tool to measure the degree of knowledge of each attendee, and the course will be designed and modified accordingly, to prevent loss of effort and time for all parties. There will also be a post-assessment to measure the effectiveness of the course overall, and recommendations for future courses to be taken.
This course requires:
- A room with large space
- 3 Round tables (3 –5 seats per table)
- Projector and projector screen
- Whiteboard / Flipchart with at least 2 colored markers
- Desktop speakers for video display
- No. of Attendees 15 -20 candidates
- Lectures 29
- Quizzes 0
- Duration 50 hours
- Skill level All levels
- Language English
- Students 0
- Certificate No
- Assessments Yes
Exercise: word enumerator
The magic of synergy
Characteristics of an effective team
Essentials of an effective team:
Handling team dynamics
Activity: providing feedback o Giving and receiving feedback
Common mistakes in giving feedback o Giving negative feedback
The structure of effective feedback
Creating a collaborative work environment