Management Training
 
Understanding & Managing Effective Teams

>>AIM
As a result of joining this workshop, participants will develop the skills needed to recognise both their personal strengths and weaknesses and those of their wider team.

>>OBJECTIVES
By the end of the workshop, participants will be able to:

  • Identify their individual and team´s skills and attributes
  • Identify ways that they will support individuals to develop their team skills further
  • State which team roles are necessary to make a team work well
  • Identify their management style
  • Describe alternative management styles and when they would be appropriate
  • Delegate effectively
  • Create an action plan to develop more effective communication within their team

>>DURATION

One day.

>>PARTICIPANT NUMBERS
This workshop should be run for groups of up to 12.

>>DESIGNED FOR
Staff who are responsible for the management / supervision / support of teams.

>>CONTENT
The content can be structured to address your specific team management needs. This workshop will incorporate issues of equal opportunities and anti-oppressive practice to assist participants in understanding and challenging all forms of discrimination.

Suggested:

  • What is a team?
  • Why do we work in teams?
  • Task Achievement in Teams:- John Adair Model
  • What do individuals have to offer teams?
  • Belbin´s team roles
  • Team Development
  • Issues in Team Life Cycle
  • Management / Leadership styles
  • Transactional Analysis
  • Practical exercises / activities
  • Action plans as a result of attending the workshop
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Understanding & Managing Effective Teams