Building a high-performing team
About this course
Mid / Senior Level
Who should attend?
Anyone who is recruiting, building,managing or developing a team.
• Developing a deep level of personal awareness and self-knowledge
• Understanding the high performance mindset and how this translates into behaviour
• Creating useful mental habits in yourself and your people
• Knowing how to create a values based culture and walk the talk
• Finding, developing and retaining high performers and striking the right team balance
• Creating alignment and stretch
• Building the spirit – what’s your conscious intention?
• Increasing your range of management styles and practices
• Performance Gap Analysis – is it will or skill? And strategies for addressing both
• How to have the difficult conversations- being real outside of your comfort zone
• Coaching to uplift performance: Working Ownership
• Handling conflict and challenge well
Building and managing a high-performing team requires great skill to make sure everyone continues to deliver their best results. Can these skills be learned? We believe they can and this well structured, intensive three-day course will give you everything you need to succeed, even in the most competitive business environment. Tailored to suit directors, managers and team leaders, the course will focus on several key areas. You will learn what makes and motivates a high performer, how to find and keep talent, and how to create trust and partnership.
You will also learn how to analyse performance, how to have difficult conversations with team members, and how to increase your own flexibility across the management spectrum.
Why this course is important?
The course will be to face-to-face allowing for interactive experiential learning at locations throughout the UK.
Free tea/coffee & refreshments
Discounts on multiple bookings
2 places - Save 5%
3 places - Save 10%
4 places - Save 15%
Glasgow , Edinburgh, London , Manchester
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Glasgow, Edinburgh, London,Manchester