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Managing & Motivating High Performing Teams

Course Overview


This course is for mangers who want to learn how to help their staff become more motivated and so improve morale and productivity. It looks at what a team is and is not, the stages a team passes through, and the different roles to be found in teams including those outlined in the Belbin Inventory. Then, different theories of motivation are examined, especially person-centred and humanistic. Change and resistance to change are featured, as is the importance of regular supervision. Thus delegates will learn not only how to help people become more motivated but also how to help teams and individuals deal with the cumulative effects of stress, which, if not addressed, can lead to demotivation and burnout. The day finishes with a self-reflection exercise that helps managers to identify areas of their management style that will foster motivation and areas that they might need to work on.

Course Content

  • What is a team?
  • What different stages do teams often pass through?
  • What are the different roles played by team members?
  • Boundaries, professionalism, equality and staying in role
  • Different theories of motivation: person-centred and humanistic
  • Change and team development
  • Resistance to change and stress
  • The importance of supervision
  • The manager's role and style of managing

Methods of Delivery


The day is interactive and experiential. Training methods include case studies, group work, discussion, role-plays, PowerPoint presentations and self-reflection.
  • Learning Objectives
  • Audience
  • Training Considerations
  • Certification
  • Related Courses

Learning Objectives

  • To understand what constitutes a team
  • To understand the stages teams often pass through
  • To review some of the key theories of motivation
  • To recognise the importance of boundaries and supervision
  • To recognise effective ways of managing teams

Target Audience

Managers who wish to refresh or enhance their skills; those about to move into management; anyone who is currently in a supervisory role.

Training Considerations

Certification

The delegates will receive a certificate of attendance upon completion of the course.

Related Courses

Managing Performance
Supervision & Appraisal Skills
Delegation & Time Management
 
Managing & Motivating High Performing Teams
COURSE OVERVIEW
This course is for mangers who want to learn how to help their staff become more motivated and so improve morale and productivity. It looks at what a team is and is not, the stages a team passes through, and the different roles to be found in teams including those outlined in the Belbin Inventory. Then, different theories of motivation are examined, especially person-centred and humanistic. Change and resistance to change are featured, as is the importance of regular supervision. Thus delegates will learn not only how to help people become more motivated but also how to help teams and individuals deal with the cumulative effects of stress, which, if not addressed, can lead to demotivation and burnout. The day finishes with a self-reflection exercise that helps managers to identify areas of their management style that will foster motivation and areas that they might need to work on.

COURSE CONTENT
· What is a team?
· What different stages do teams often pass through?
· What are the different roles played by team members?
· Boundaries, professionalism, equality and staying in role
· Different theories of motivation: person-centred and humanistic
· Change and team development
· Resistance to change and stress
· The importance of supervision
· The manager's role and style of managing

METHODS OF DELIVERY
The day is interactive and experiential. Training methods include case studies, group work, discussion, role-plays, PowerPoint presentations and self-reflection.

LEARNING OBJECTIVES
· To understand what constitutes a team
· To understand the stages teams often pass through
· To review some of the key theories of motivation
· To recognise the importance of boundaries and supervision
· To recognise effective ways of managing teams

TARGET AUDIENCE
Managers who wish to refresh or enhance their skills; those about to move into management; anyone who is currently in a supervisory role.

TRAINING CONSIDERATIONS


CERTIFICATION
The delegates will receive a certificate of attendance upon completion of the course.

RELATED COURSES
Managing Performance
Supervision & Appraisal Skills
Delegation & Time Management

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