Generating Successful Team Dynamics  -  TEAM

About this workshop

Generating Successful Team Dynamics provides participants with a solid foundation that will ensure that team members and team leaders have the skills and knowledge required to work as a unit. Being able to create solid team work within your work group is an important skill for everyone in this environment.

Whether you are a team member working on a project team or in your day to day work within your department, you have an important role to play in your team's performance. If you lead a department or project team, or plan to in the future, your performance directly affects your team's success.

Within the first hour of the program participants will experience, first hand, the issues associated with working in a high performing team. This interactive simulation translates into real opportunities to identify, address and capitalize upon the shared knowledge of the group.

Learning Outcomes

  • Identify the Characteristics of High Performing Teams;

  • Determine the Stages of Team Development;

  • List the Required Elements for Building Strong Team Relationships;

  • Prioritize the Essentials For Success - establish common goals and roles;

  • Discuss how to Create Trust, Commitment & Motivation;

  • Identify the Five Team Dysfunctions and What To Do About Them;

  • Determine Steps to Create and Manage Positive Team Conflict;

  • Create a Strategy for Building a Sustainable Team Structure;

  • Determine How Processes Impact Team Performance

    Audience

    This session is designed for team leaders and team members who want to apply the principles of a positive and effective team- based work environment.

    Professional Development

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    About the facilitator

    Grant Penner is a founding partner of The Berrant Group, an international business training and facilitation firm based in Vancouver, B.C. Since 1995 The Berrant Group has been helping organizations develop their strategic, operational and project plans while providing learning and development support for their people. He has developed over twenty different training workshops and delivered them to thousands of participants in a wide variety of organizations. Grant strongly believes that training and development needs to be fun to be effective and participants enjoy his engaging presentation style.

    Ian Berry is a founding partner of The Berrant Group, an international business training and facilitation firm based in Vancouver, B.C. Since 1995 The Berrant Group has been helping organizations develop their strategic, operational and project plans while providing learning and development support for their people. Ian particularly enjoys working with leaders and decision makers in the organization to help them align their leadership activities to their long term goals and objectives. His style encompasses a mix of creative approaches to traditional issues with proven tools and processes. He has found that helping people find a blend of creative approaches to business combined with good solid managerial practices is genuinely appreciated by his clients.


    Professional Development Funding Opportunities

    Depending on which UBC employee group you belong to, you may be eligible to access one of several professional development funding programs for this workshop. For information about the UBC PD funding programs, including guidelines and application procedures, click here

    For more information, please contact Workplace Learning Associate Winnie Kam

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