Focus and Trust in Teams Workshop

How do you measure effective teams? What are the underlying habits that distinguish the best teams? This workshop helps leaders appreciate the importance of two dimensions – focus and trust – in building teams. It covers the five habits of effective teams and assists leaders in understanding their role in the development of teams. It also includes an assessment tool to determine the current performance of the team and strategies to move teams to higher levels of performance.

strategic planning purpose statementUsing tools and exercises, participants learn:

  • Strategies for building focus and trust
  • The 5 Habits of Effective Teams
  • The stages of team development
  • How to assess teams on the focus/trust matrix

Audience:
Leaders, managers, supervisors, and teams

Length of workshop:
2 hours

Materials provided:
Workbook, password access to online tools

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