Empower and Inspire Your Team to Peak Performance
About this Event
If you want to succeed at building a high-functioning team, this training will give you the strategies, mindset and tools you need to get started on this path. If you already have an established team, you will learn how to take your team's performance to the next level and create an enjoyable environment for your team.
Teamwork is essential. The silo approach to growth just does not work; and it requires everyone on the team to work and accountability is critical.
Having a bunch of hardworking individuals isn't enough, and chemistry isn't necessarily the answer either.
Regardless, the leader is responsible for bringing the team together and leading them to victory.
Who Should Attend:
This course is best suited for:
- Supervisors seeking to develop individual group and one-on-one leadership skills to keep up with evolving management roles and responsibilities.
- First-time leaders with a desire to improve their team's performance
- Established leaders in need of building a solid and high-functioning team
- Potential leaders in need of preparation for a future leadership position
- Ideal attendee roles include (but are not limited to) Leaders, Managers, and Service professionals responsible for managing and leading teams.
How You Will Benefit
As a result of attending this training you will be able to:
- Develop interpersonal skills that help you communicate, listen and handle conflicts in your supervisory role
- Become more effective at influencing others
- Accomplish goals and control outcomes when dealing with staff peers, management, and other departments
- Learn how to work with groups and teams to solve problems and accomplish projects
- Hold performance discussions that result in changed behavior and enhanced productivity
- Analyze your style of behavior and recognize your strengths/weaknesses
What You Will Learn:
- Promoting Teamwork: How to link up with others for consistent and better performance
- Big Picture Thinking: The importance of focusing on the goals instead of the individual roles
- Applying The Law Of The Niche: Leading a successful team involves putting people in spots where they can excel.
- The Law Of The Chain: The team's weakest link impacts its strength. A team's power and momentum may compensate for a weak link in the short term but not forever. Eventually, weak links will pull the entire team down to their level.
- The Law Of The Catalyst: Winning teams have players who make things happen, and catalysts have an uncanny ability to take action. When others are content to settle for "good enough," catalysts push a team toward its full potential.
- The Law Of The Bad Apple: Rotten attitudes ruin a team. Talent and experience aren't contagious, but perspective is infectious. Someone with a bad attitude may not be doing anything unethical and may not be underperforming. However, their negativity will eventually undermine the morale of the team.
- The Law Of Countability: Teammates must be able to count on each other when it counts. Countability means placing absolute faith in your teammates regardless of the situation.
- The Law Of The Price Tag: The team fails to reach its potential when it fails to pay the price. Only by making sacrifices committing time, and being unselfish does a team pay the price required to win.
- The Law Of The Scoreboard: The scoreboard aids evaluation by measuring your progress against concrete goals. The team can adjust when it knows where it stands and starts moving toward the desired goal.
- The Law Of Communication: Interaction fuels action. Communication brings to light disagreements so that teammates can hammer out their differences and move forward in unison.
- The Law Of The Edge: Leadership is the difference between two equally talented teams. Leaders are lifters. While managers may sustain a team at its current level, it takes a leader to elevate the team higher than it has gone before.
- The Law Of High Morale: When you're winning, nothing hurts, and winning magnifies the positives and makes problems appear small. With each victory, a team gains more energy and confidence.
- The Law Of Dividends: Investing in the team compounds over time. While you may overlook the immediate impact, eventually, your investment will be well worth the time and effort you've expended. Focus on faithfully adding value to others; they'll repay you by taking the organization to new heights.
What to Expect:
A virtual workshop comprised a 3-hour highly-interactive Virtual Experience, including breakout room group work sessions, report-outs, and a dedicated break time.
During the breakout sessions, the camera feature is encouraged but not required.
Attendee participation and collaboration will foster the most impactful learning journey, so interested attendees should be prepared to engage and interact for this workshop.