Team Performance: Empowering Individuals for Success

Research shows organizations use teams and teamwork over 75% of the time to handle projects, manage departments, and more. Staff spend up to 50% of their time working in teams!

Teams have become the “brains” of organizations.

Successful leaders know the anatomy of a “team brain.” Executives can create balance by developing individual “lobes.” Managers can integrate different “lobes” to create cohesion and enhance innovation.

Learning Outcomes

Register for this interactive, customized workshop to enhance your ability to:

  • Identify gaps in how your team functions.
  • Be self-aware about the positive and negative impacts you have on your teams.
  • Augment your teamwork skills, such as collaboration, decision-making, and mediation.
  • Use targeted development, support and/or coaching to enhance your team’s results.

 

Linda Morgan

Linda specializes in action research, dynamic change programs, conflict/diversity management, organizational culture, and leadership development. She has a diverse background in human systems intervention, adult education, strategic planning, capacity and team building, and change management.Linda has worked in both unionized and non-unionized environments...
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  • Dates and Fees

    Spring 2017

    Wednesday, June 7, 2017

    8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.

    $795.00 + HST

    All meals and parking included.

    Cancellation Policy

    Payment Policy

    This course is currently being offered as part of the Executive Management Program.

  • Who Should Attend?

    This program is suited for mid to executive level managers who want to further develop their team development skill-set.

  • The Setting

    Classes are held at the:

    DeGroote School of Business
    Ron Joyce Centre
    4350 South Service Road
    Burlington, ON
    L7L 5R8

    The Ron Joyce Centre is easily accessible from the QEW and Go train service.

  • Learn More

    For more information, please contact Lynn Petruzzella at petruzl@mcmaster.ca or by telephone at 905-525-9140 Ext. 20509.

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