Even the most brilliant and visionary business leaders did not achieve success without efficient and effective teams focused on common goals working alongside them. Through a team, the members of the organisation can participate in planning, problem-solving, and decision-making. They are able to better serve the organisation through shared responsibilities and their particular skills and talents.
This is easier said than done. A team needs teamwork and teamwork has to actually work. How do you create these connections that make a team work, then?
As a manager tasked with developing work teams, you will be faced with various scenarios such as having to work with existing teams, having to pull out people from different departments, or starting a team from scratch. You’d have to consider talent differences and performance levels. You need to set clear goals, identify the needed skills and resources, and match the right people to team roles.
You need to be able to address friction within the team. You would need to develop high emotional intelligence to manage issues arising from personality clashes. On the other hand, team members themselves need to possess the emotional maturity to deal with changing work situations with the least amount of friction–so how do you ensure this?
Developing work teams is a tough job but it has to be done well because teamwork is essential in today’s multidisciplinary world. Your business may not reach its goals without high-performing teams.
Worried? Don’t be because we have your back. In this course, you will learn how to establish teams, delegate tasks, allocate resources, and cultivate open communication. You will also learn how to monitor, evaluate, and recognise the team’s progress.