Driving Your Team to High Performance

Price ₹ 50000 only

Course Overview:

The behaviour and style of the leader is a significant factor in driving effective teamwork and team engagement. With ultra-advancement in technology and communication convenience, today’s work environment needs innovative management tools.

Considering the increased economic pressures, and the target-driven business cultures, the leaders today have to re-consider the ways to bring out their team’s best performance. It is time they realise the upside of diverse teams, and the ability to resolve the conflicts and capitalise the ideas.

This course makes you understand team dynamics in a profound manner. It provides a clear map to identify and improve your leadership practices. You’ll get a holistic feel of leadership, from the perspectives from psychology, human resource management and organisational behaviour.

Who Can Enroll:

Project managers.

Supervisors.

Team-leads.

Managers of small to mid-sized teams.

Middle and senior managers from the varied sectors of private, public, or non-profit.

Seasoned leaders who want to get updated with the advancements in new-age leadership research and practices.

Learning Outcome:

Leveraging the distinct talent within the team.

Comprehending leadership benefits from taking concrete action.

Constructing a tight knit network of leaders. To share challenges, visions and perspectives.

Understanding the critical elements of leadership.

Recognizing personality preferences, and modulating the leadership style accordingly.

Establishing clear strategies and objectives.

Course Features:

Comprehensive practical training to enforce theoretical principles.

Limited Registrations, effective presentations.

Course could be customized to businesses and LOGO added to presentations.

Course cost covers training sessions, comprehensive notes set, support material, templates and hand-outs with soft copy.

Professionally planned, prepared and presented.

Internationally recognized certificate for lifetime validity of training completion. (Participants should achieve 80% in CHOOLS exam)

Support from subject matter experts. Query Handling Facility.

Industry related project support. Career guidance and candidate promotion.

Why Choose Chools?

Access to:

• Top 100,000 Ebooks.
• 250,000 Management slides and presentations.
• 1 million excel templates.
• 60,000 business documents.

• 15,000 top books in abstract forms.
• 40,000 audio podcast.
• 550 audio library books.
• 50,000 video libraries.

• 1500 training courses.
• 2.6 million Journals and articles.
• 137 Lean Six Sigma toolkit.
• Leadership assessments.
• Quiz, Exam prep, Q&As, Case-studies.

Course Outline:

MODULE 1: INTRODUCTION TO TEAMS

Definition of “groups” and “teams”

Recognise the distinction between groups and teams

Understand your own group/team loyalties

The building blocks for high-performing teams

MODULE 2: TEAMS AND THEIR LEADERS

The relationship between teams, leaders, and managers

Key leadership tasks and responsibilities

Balancing influence, authority, and power

Different leadership styles and style flexibility

Self-awareness and getting feedback

Emotional intelligence and rapport

MODULE 3: VISION, DIRECTION & ALIGNMENT

Creating a shared vision

Aims, objectives and goal alignment

Developing meaningful objectives and indicators

Divergent approaches to problem-solving

Communicating a compelling vision

Taking a coaching approach to problem-solving

MODULE 4: TEAM DYNAMICS

Stages of team development

The sociology of the team

Characteristics of high-performing teams

Balancing different team roles and personality types

Non-traditional team structures

Delegation and empowerment

MODULE 5: MOTIVATING AND ENGAGING PEOPLE

What motivates people at work?

Developing strategies for improving motivation

How to increase engagement?

What motivates and drives your own behaviour?

MODULE 6: MANAGING PROFESSIONAL RELATIONSHIPS

The nature of professional relationships

Where to draw the line

Harassment policies and procedures

How to develop strategies for strengthening employee trust

How to manage difficult people at work

The importance of external stakeholder relationships

MODULE 7: LEADING TEAMS TO SOLVE PROBLEMS

The value of openness and inclusion in problem-solving

How to develop better problem-solving techniques.

Do’s and don’ts in conflict management

The role of bias in problem-solving

MODULE 8: PERFORMANCE & CONFLICT MANAGEMENT

Defining performance

Approaches to measuring team and individual performance

Performance management: science or art?

Giving and receiving feedback effectively

Conflict as a catalyst for team development

Dealing with challenging interpersonal relations

MODULE 9: BRINGING DIVIDED GROUPS TOGETHER

Stereotypes and cultural bias

Discrimination and its implications

Recognise patterns and implications of intergroup behaviour

Develop strategies for bridging organisational silos

Steps to building an inclusive organisational identity

What to do if faced with unfair practices

MODULE 10: ORGANISATIONAL CULTURE

What is ‘Organisational Culture’?

Identify the impact of organisational culture

Cultural alignment with organisational strategy

Points of influence when trying to change organisational culture

Best practices of ‘Change Management’

MODULE 11: FOSTER YOUR TEAM FOR A BRIGHTER FUTURE

Personality types and their contribution to the success

Building a coherent team

Self-managing teams and their challenges

Coaching, mentoring and self-directed learning

Feedback and appraisal

Leveraging team strengths for peak performance