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Training

Team Dynamics

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Although no company can do without individual initiatives, very few people can work totally independent of others.  The sum total of an effective team is more than the sum of the individual contributions of its members.  This workshop empowers teams with the following skills:

  • Co-creating a vision
  • Establishing a code of conduct
  • Managing and monitoring team processes
  • Effective communication
  • Role clarification
  • Building on differences
  • Building trust
  • Motivating others by applying psychological rewards
  • Managing conflict constructively
  • Managing change and encouraging innovation
In this course you will learn how to:
  • differentiate between a group and a team
  • recognize the characteristics of high performance teams
  • create a vision for  your team
  • monitor and manage team processes
  • build trust among team members
  • establish a code of conduct for your team members
  • clarify team roles and expectations of team members
  • build on differences amongst team members
  • apply ‘psychological pay cheques’ effectively
  • surface and resolve conflict amongst team members
  • stimulate change and innovation
  • improve your team’s effectiveness

Psychometric assessment to consider: Myers-Briggs Type Indicator

Who should attend?

Teams who would like to improve their communication skills and work better as a team.

DISCLAIMER: Presenters and attendees of all CPD activities must please note that the attainment of continuing education units (CEUs) does not licence any professional to practice outside their official scope of practice. CEUs are intended to broaden the knowledge of professionals but do not constitute professional training. Professionals should be registered with the HPCSA to perform any psychological act.