MANAGING TEAMS.

“Empathy for employees is important — everyone goes through professional and personal struggles that can affect their work. The best managers are emotionally intelligent; they listen and have the ability to lead their teams with understanding, whether they are collocated or in a virtual environment across different time zones”

12 different micro-learning topics, each designed to clarify the difference between working in a group, and creating a team.  Suitable for team leaders, operational managers and team members,

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When working in a group or team, you may need to change your role in order to get the best results. Discover through a traditional class-based micro learning session aspects of current team role thinking and how it can impact upon you and the productivity of your team.

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Your team already has many of the answers to current operational problems, if only you knew what they were. Identify, and then harvest, the collective intelligence within your team using some exciting brainstorming approaches in this traditional class-based micro learning session.

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Whether you operate globally, or not, many people have flexible working arrangements; in other countries across time zones; in the same country, but at home. Learn how to work more effectively with virtual team members.

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Safely address things that stop teams from being productive. Identify blockages and expose barriers in workplace teams, and work on the areas that will make the most difference, in the shortest amount of time.

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No team should work in isolation. Success comes from listening to stakeholders and interacting with other departments and business units. Create effective inter-dependency and joint working and see the difference.

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An introduction to the skills that you will need if you are to effectively facilitate team working and encourage group learning to take place that is used to improve productivity and quality performance.

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Ensure a greater success in meeting your goals and KPI’s by working through, and with, the expertise and efforts of your team members.

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A physical group board game (the content of which has been provided by project managers for project managers) to develop their PM skill set.  Based upon research and then beta tested with environmental project teams working in 10 different European Regional Development Agencies, this game scores the responses that you make to a series of real project management issues, enhancing your behavioural competencies as you go.

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Help yourself, and your team members learn how to ‘FLIP’ thinking and behave like an ‘intrapreneur’ translating creative thought into new, innovative practice.

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One of the most important areas that a team manager can learn is how to give feedback; especially how to do it right so that team performance, behaviour and productivity actually improves.

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It’s easy to delegate responsibility and authority, however you can never delegate accountability, that stays with you. Come and learn how to get the levels of delegation just right for your situation.

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Can you force people to learn if they don’t want to? And if they do agree to change something; how do you sustain that behaviour when it’s only motivated by a desire to gain an external reward?

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