One Day Team Ignition Skills Workshop for Leaders
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About the Event
In modern day, complex and rapidly changing business landscapes, where employees are becoming more specialized in their areas of expertise, high quality teamwork is a key enabler of success.
Human beings are intrinsically wired to work together to achieve desired outcomes. We see it at home, in the office, on the sporting field and in various community pursuits. Such acts of collective effort vary considerably in terms of the effectiveness of the group efforts.
To achieve peak performance outcomes, the group (a collection of individuals) needs guidance and a sense of purpose if they are to achieve high performance team outcomes.
The number one, critical factor in achieving peak team performance is the quality and skill of the team leader.
Despite high quality teamwork being such an important factor in delivering the best outcomes, most business leaders are under-prepared for the task of guiding their teams towards peak performance. In fact, most businesses are conditioned to accepting “OK” or mediocre levels of teamwork, under the illusion that it is “pretty damn” good. The sad fact is that outstanding teamwork and all of the associated benefits are not even genuinely pursued.
Unlike the professional sports world and the armed forces, where optimizing teamwork is a clear focus for coaches and leaders, in the business world, there is a lot of talk about the importance of teamwork, but few leaders have the knowledge and resources to back up their talk with effective action.
So, where can leaders (or emerging leaders) go to acquire these team leadership skills?
In this interactive, one day seminar, you will be introduced to the evidence based “Team Ignition” framework for peak performance, along with a valuable set of practices, tools and techniques that will enable you to guide your team towards becoming the best it can possibly be.
Each seminar participant will also receive a detailed seminar workbook containing the key lessons and insights on the “Team Ignition” framework.