MGT 150 | Understanding People, Building Teams

Starting

October 27, 2022

Start Time

9:00 am

End Time

12:30 pm

Location

Virtual

Registration Details

Members: $95
Non-Members: $120

Overview

Managing successfully in an organization centers not only on the efficiency of a team, but also on a manager’s ability to inspire the team and focus on people issues. In this course, participants will get an understanding of what it means to create high functioning teams and the role of the supervisor as a “team builder.” Participants will understand the process for creating team-building programs that they can implement in their own organizations.

Learning Objectives

At the end of this course, you will be able to:
  • Identify the functional elements of highly effective teams.
  • Define strategies that will help the team perform at a higher level.
  • Develop a team-building program.

Course Modules

What Makes a Successful Team?
  • Defining the qualities and values of effective teams
  • Assessing the level of synchronicity needed for your team
  • Assessing your employee’s readiness to be an effective team member
  • Understanding success indicators for teams
Team Building
  • Defining the process of team building and the role of the supervisor
  • Determining your team’s stage of development
Designing a Team-Building Program for Your Organization
  • Selecting and using team-building activities in your organization
  • Identifying sources of team-building activities
  • Designing a team-building process for your organization

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