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Managing In A Team Environment

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Abstract: 

This seminar provides the concepts and techniques necessary to incorporate the team concept into the day-to-day operations of the organization, rather than a peripheral, institutionalized program.

As important as top management’s involvement may be, the ultimate success of the team concept depends upon the performance of managers and supervisors. They have the greatest influence at the day-to-day operating level on the largest resource in the organization – the work force. Preparing managers and supervisors to function effectively in a team environment is the single most important factor in the successful implementation of the team concept.

This 1-day course is highly interactive and experiential. The purpose is to build new behaviors from existing ones rather than attempt to impose an entire new set of radical changes. The primary methodology for the course is guided discussions, supplemented by case studies and experiential exercises.

LEARNING OBJECTIVES

Participants will gain the ability to be able to:

  • Describe the changes in their role from traditional management to team management
  • Utilize facilitation skills such as brainstorming, decision-making and problem-solving
  • Identify and reinforce accountabilities for team performance
  • Create a plan for more active management involvement and empowerment of teams
  • Create an implementation plan that will incorporate team concepts and practices into the operating environment

 

WHO SHOULD ATTEND

All managers and supervisors who function within a team environment.

PREREQUISITE

This course has no prerequisite.

MATERIALS

You will receive a course binder containing a copy of the presentation slides.

WHAT YOU WILL LEARN

Introduction

  • Why a course for managers
  • Review of team concepts
  • Types of teams and their functions

 

Maintaining a Team Environment

  • Management’s unique role and accountability
  • Team management as an operational accountability, not a peripheral “duty”
  • Maintaining team priorities in the face of other real-time requirements
  • The manager’s role in the operating plan
  • Keeping teams focused and motivated

 

Managing Operational Activities

  • Setting, communicating and maintaining priorities
  • Using causative behavior; formal and informal actions
  • The manager as a team member, a Team Leader and/or a Facilitator
  • Facilitation skills, techniques and tools

 

Empowerment — Leading the Way

  • "Transitioning" into empowerment
  • The 4 "musts" — limits, structure, resources, and the continual development of people

course info

Course ID: PM-0117
Course Level: Beginner
Duration: 1 day

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