York College

Who is it for?

Team leaders, middle management, employees with team leader or supervisor potential.

What will they learn?

Nature of teams

Individual behaviour when working with others in teams

The behaviour of leaders within teams

Difference between groups and teams

Benefits and challenges of working team working

Characteristics of poor performing teams

Identifying dysfunctional teams

Consequences of dysfunctional teams for the individual and the organisation

Characteristics of high performing teams

Benefits and need for continued maintenance and vigilance

Behaviour which generates trust and its role in effective team working

Stages of team formation (Tuckman)

How to recognise the stages from individual behaviour

Appropriate leadership style depending on maturity of team

Managing the shifts in team maturity

Behavior of individuals within teams

Team role analysis (Belbin) and how to use it

Recognition of types and how to recognise and manage potential clashes of personality

Identification and management of complimenting personalities.

Programme Delivery and Costs

This course is delivered over 1 day – 9.30am to 4.30pm.

Individual cost: £99.00 per delegate

Next Course Dates

15th May 2020

Further Information and Booking

If you're interested in this course then please contact us on:

Business Development Unit,
York College,
Sim Balk Lane,
YO23 2BB

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Tel: 01904 770368.

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