Create and Sustain Your High-Spirited Team with Bradley Malone - CANCELLED
DescriptionTopics: Leading Project Teams | Motivation | Communications
This intensive seminar gives participants the opportunity to practice and experience essential team development skills to create and sustain a spirited team. Teams are potentially the most powerful human resource a company can call to action. When a group of individuals is given the opportunity to effectively merge its ideas, energies and ambitions toward a common vision or project, anything—from the difficult, to the improbable, to the seemingly impossible—can be achieved. Reaching this potential in today’s project environment, however, is no small task. As employees are faced with budget cuts, tighter schedules, resource constraints, heavier workloads, greater cultural diversity, and rapidly changing technologies, they find it increasingly difficult to meet their responsibilities, let alone become animated and inspired to deliver extraordinary service.
Through introspection, facilitated activities, role plays, interventions, conflict resolution, problem solving and decision making, each participant will navigate through the overlapping phases of a project team's development life cycle. Drawing on a number of proven team development models, this seminar allows participants to lead others in applicable and meaningful exercises and to experience the outcomes of others leading different exercises—all geared towards enhancing the morale, effectiveness, energy, and fulfillment of a team throughout the project's life cycle. The goal of most of the team development models is service, wherein the team becomes able to fully honor, value and contribute to both its customers and its team members. Participants are highly recommended to participate in the course with others from their organization.
What You Will Learn
Upon completion of this course, participants will be able to:
- Understand, recognize and create the characteristics of spirited teams
- Select and apply from a proven set of team exercises based on the phase of team development
- Distinguish the harmonics of a team—its consonances and dissonances—and be able to address them appropriately
- Understand the importance of personal introspection, ethics, values formulation and decision making
- Understand and determine how and when to use modern motivational theory and techniques
PDU Allocation Table
|CAPM / PMP / PgMP||3||10||1||14.00|
|PMI-ACP / Agile*||3||10||1||14.00|