Building an Effective Team
“Building Synergy, Communication and Alignment into Your High Performing Teams.”
Measuring, managing and improving organisational performance are key considerations for individuals and teams charged with the responsibility for leading and managing organisations. But how do you know just how well your organisation is performing? Why do some organisations run into problems of performance decline and failure? And how do you identify and address warning signs of imminent decline in your organisation so that you can intervene and prevent failure before the situation worsens?
If you have ever worked with other people you probably quickly discovered that each person had a unique way of doing things. Sometimes team differences are easily accepted and laughed about, and may even complement each other. Too frequently though teams find that those differences can also cause confusion, stagnation, or frustration. Only when people have a framework to make sense of their differences can they learn what to expect from others and the best way to get what the team needs.
The Training Solution
Through Extended DISC® Team Analysis this workshop addresses three of the most common challenges that teams face: motivation, conflict and communication. Participants learn simple intuitive ways to make lasting improvements in team effectiveness.
The training objectives are to:
- Appreciate the diverse needs and preferences of the different behaviour style
- Recognise and capitalise on the personal motivators that drive a team
- Understand your own conflict style and the impact that it has on others
- Recognise inappropriate or unproductive communication
- Develop the skill to adapt to the diverse styles of your team members
- Enhance team motivation, conflict resolution and communication
The Next Step
Contact us today to learn more about this training programme and how SuperSelf’s highly capable and experienced training team can empower your organisation towards higher performance.
We would also be happy to talk to you about how a training needs analysis can help clarify whether this programme or indeed a total training solution is appropriate for your business.