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7 Things You Need to do to Develop Your Team

In this webinar, you will learn some basic principles in team building to help you avoid unnecessary conflict and create synergy, Team development requires leaders to engage and understand their employees in order to position themselves to guide behaviors to meet and exceed all objectives.

Webinar Id: 701975   |   Refund Policy
Instructor:
Kim Busse
Duration:
60 Minutes
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Overview: Whether big or small, formal or informal, teams are never simple- however, a good manager can make it look like they are. As a leader, you play a key role in keeping your team running smoothly. In this webinar, you will learn some basic principles in team building to help you avoid unnecessary conflict and create synergy. And while people are not always going to agree on everything (or anything), good team members can at least understand one another, and it's part of your job to make sure that happens.

Why should you Attend: Want to build a dynamic team, which will not only want to meet expectations, but EXCEED expectations? Team building is more than simply communicating the desires and objectives of upper management to your new hires. Team development requires leaders to engage and understand their employees in order to position themselves to guide behaviors to meet and exceed all objectives.

Areas Covered in the Session:
  • Define the four stages of team development,their purpose, and challenges inherent to the stage
  • Understand the differences between leadership and team's perceptions
  • Create an action plan and guidelines to capture development opportunitie
  • Develop a participatory style
  • Create guidelines for clear and concise communication

Who Will Benefit:
  • Executive Leadership
  • HR Professionals
  • Managers
  • Business Owners
  • Vice President
  • President
  • CEO
Instructor:

Kim Busse is the Key Relationship Manager at The Omnia Group, an employee selection and management consulting firm. In her current role, Kim partners with her clients to select top talent, manage more effectively, build high-performance teams, and succession planning using behavioral assessment tools/concepts.

Utilizing over 25 years of human resource management and business development experiences, she has provided guidance to hundreds of businesses in a wide range of industries, including insurance, financial services, automotive, staffing, and healthcare. She provides training on subjects such as leadership development, conflict resolution, and employee engagement.


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