To fully participate in this workshop, delegates must have completed HPL 0: ‘A Teamworking Skills Foundation’ which will preceed this workshop on 17th and 18th February 2020.
A two day workshop designed to develop the skills required to create high performing teams.In order to be a High Performance Leader it is essential to first understandHigh Performance Teams and to develop the skills required by team members. Study of high performing teams over the past 50 years has revealed a number of common characteristics in addition to the competencies required for the tasks in hand. They work methodically; they have a real clarity about what they are trying to achieve; their aims are challenging but attainable; they identify the skills each team member possesses and set out to develop these further and to capitalise on the benefits; they build on the ideas of team members; they make appropriate personal contributions and take personal responsibility when required.
The High Performance Teams workshop will develop each of these characteristics and give each delegate an opportunity to develop their own skills in each of these areas through a series of tasks, reviews and inputs from the course staff.
Delegates will gain:
- an understanding of the characteristics of high performing teams and how to bring these about in any team of which they are a member in the future
- an appreciation of the skills they already have that contribute to high performance teamwork, and an opportunity to develop those skills further and an ability to identify and use those skill in others.
- a number of tools dedicated to achieving high performance teamwork.
Who Should Attend?
This workshop is designed to meet the needs of engineers and technologists with five to eight years of post-graduate industrial experience and some early supervisory experience, including those in project management roles. The workshop will also benefit managers from other disciplines who need to lead multicultural teams of people in either general or functional management positions, particularly those contemplating significant business change programmes in the near future.
The workshop will be conducted in English.