LEADING TEAMS: A SITUATIONAL APPROACH
Enhance the leader’s ability to maximize the performance potential of each team member, build trust, boost creativity and improve communication among team members.
Leading Teams: A Situational Approach leverages an understanding of the Situational Leadership® Model in order to explore the specific skills that leaders need to transform diverse groups of individuals into cohesive units.
Participants learn to maximize the performance potential of each team member while building trust, boosting creativity and improving communication so that teams can successfully master true collaboration and gain a competitive advantage.
Leading Teams: A Situational Approach equips managers of teams with the Situational Leadership® Model as a tool to promote cooperation and an understanding of the individual personalities, interpretations, opinions and skill levels within a team. Participants explore the differences between groups and teams and how to develop the influence skills and tactics to transform diverse groups of individuals into successful, high-functioning, cohesive units. Learners then practice applying a situational approach to leadership and focus on how to diagnose and address individual exceptions to a team’s performance level.