Building and Leading a High Performing Team: Honing Your Communication and Motivation Strategies
DescriptionTopics: Communication and Presentation Skills | Leadership Development | Leading Project Teams | Resource Optimization Technique
This seminar is for anyone who wants to understand what it takes to be a more effective manager or leader, and to get the best out of their employees. You will learn the secrets to better communication, better motivating strategies, and ultimately, better teamwork. Whether you coach, hire, build, and/or need to collaborate with highly talented and productive teams, this seminar teaches you how to speak so you can be heard, and how to inspire so others will follow.
This is a highly participative learning experience for those who want to accelerate their own leadership and team building effectiveness. Talent managers, leaders, internal coaches and professionals who are committed to developing star performers and high performing teams say this experience was a significant turning point.
If you want to develop yourself as a star performer or build a high performing team, this seminar is just right for you. Building and Leading a High Performing Team will give you valuable tools for your management tool kit.
A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK® Guide) areas covered: Project Human Resource Management, Project Stakeholder Management and Project Communication Management.
What You Will Learn
Upon completion of this course, participants will be able to:Describe your preferred communication and behavior style and what other people need from your communication
Recognize what is needed by your recipients in conversations to create success
Identify your motivators and values, why you do what you do, and how this affects your team and your potential for professional advancement
Distinguish Emotional Intelligence at work as the foundation for high performance and develop your Emotional Intelligence
Apply the knowledge you have learned to coach, develop and retain highly talented and productive teams
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