Team Leadership

by Ray Sheen

2h 16m

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Overview

Effective team leaders are highly sought after in every industry. Whether you are already in a team leadership role or want to improve your chances of being promoted, this online course can help you cultivate the best practices to support, inspire and motivate your team to deliver the best results.


Syllabus

Business Teams5m 40s

Businesses often use teams to accomplish work. Business teams are used whenever there is a set of business activities that are related by a common goal and are greater than one person can accomplish.

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Teams Versus Groups3m 45s

Individuals can come together for many reasons and purposes. A set of individuals who are acting as business group will behave differently than a business team.

Team Leader5m 24s

Team Leaders adapt to the business and team environment to ensure the team creates the performance or implements the change for which it was chartered.

Team Member4m 12s

Team Members must practice participatory leadership in order to be good contributing team members. Core team members take on the additional role of representing their function in all team activities.

Team Building5m 41s

Teams go through stages as they become acquainted with each other and establish trust. These stages lead to improved team performance.

Setting Team Goals5m 59s

Teams perform better when they have clear shared goals. One key element of good team leadership is helping your team establish team goals.

Roles and Responsibilities6m 03s

An important attribute of team leadership is clarifying the roles and responsibilities of all team members. Every team member has an important role and is likely to be leading some of the team activities.

Tracking and Accountability4m 08s

Responsibility and accountability should be aligned. When team activities are tracked and team members held accountable for results, they should first have had the responsibility for creating those results.

Time Management6m 05s

A major concern for many team leaders is effective team time management. The team leader must address distractions and time wasting delays. This often involves changing the habits and behaviours of team members.

Changing Team Members5m 49s

When team members are changed, the team leader needs to manage both the process of saying, “Goodbye” to one individual and saying, “Hello” to another.

Team Closure5m 36s

Sometimes teams are disbanded. This happens with all project teams and some functional business teams. During the time of team closure the team leader must manage both the technical aspects of closure and the emotional aspects.

Communication Processes5m 59s

Teams must communicate to be effective. Understanding the principles for good communication will help a team leader ensure their team is able to communicate well.

Communication Constraints6m 09s

Teams rely on effective communication, yet there are many factors that can inhibit communication. When these factors are present, the team leader needs to proactively manage the team communication processes to overcome them.

Team Meetings5m 10s

Most teams have team meetings and effective team meetings are an excellent way to manage the communication processes. Team leaders are normally responsible for organizing and managing team meetings.

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Virtual Team 5m 48s

It is common in today’s business environment to be a member of or leading a virtual team. There are several unique challenges with these teams that the team leader must be prepared to address.

Team Decision Making5m 58s

Teams sometimes implode when faced with making a team decision. A team leader needs to be able to bring the team through the decision making process with a good decision and team support for the decision.

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Team Negotiation5m 56s

Team members will often need to negotiate with each other on tasks and activities and the team leader may need to negotiate with the other managers or supervisors of team members. The team leader needs to have good negotiation skills in order to facilitate these types of meetings.

Conflict Resolution5m 52s

From time to time teams will experience conflict. When the team leader or team members are able to resolve the conflict in a positive manner, the team becomes stronger and performs better.

Resolving Team Problems6m 01s

Even the best teams will sometimes have problems with the how the team is working together. These problems often are based upon the leadership and followership traits of the team members.

Five Team Dysfunctions3m 56s

Lencioni’s book, “The Five Dysfunctions of a Team: Leadership Fable” tells the story of how to build a business team.  During the lifecycle of the team, it is common to face dysfunctional behaviour that must be overcome.

Absence of Trust4m 55s

Absence of Trust is one of the five team dysfunctions. In this case, team members are not willing to be vulnerable to each other; they are not asking and giving help, they are not acknowledging mistakes, and they question the intents and motives of team members.

Fear of Conflict5m 40s

Fear of conflict is one of the five team dysfunctions. In this case, team members do not engage in conflict even when it is critical to team success.

Lack of Commitment5m 31s

Lack of Commitment is one of the five team dysfunctions. In this case, team members have not bought into the team goals, or they don’t understand those goals.

Avoidance of Accountability5m 57s

Avoidance of Accountability is one of the five team dysfunctions. In this case, team members are not willing to confront each other about team performance; team members accept low standards and often fail to even achieve those, creating resentment and animosity among the other team members.

Inattention to Results5m 05s

Inattention to Results is one of the five team dysfunctions. In this case, team members are focused on personal goals or achieving personal status through team membership than in working to achieve team results.  


Description

You will learn to utilize the people management skills required to lead successful, high performing teams, including clearly communicating responsibilities, resolving conflict and problem solving.

Highlights:

  • 25 lessons
  • Distinguish between business groups and teams.
  • Identify the roles and responsibilities of team members.
  • Plan team building and oversee team goal setting.
  • Track performance, accountability and time management.
  • Supervise team meetings, negotiations and decision making.
  • Apply problem solving techniques to resolve conflicts and team dysfunction.

Once enrolled, our friendly support team and tutors are here to help with any course related inquiries.


Accreditations and approvals

CPD - The CPD Certification Service.

Reviews12

This course was invaluable. There was so much GOOD information. I wish I had taken this sooner!

— James Leary

Well thought out course on the following techniques-ACRNYMS most helpful!: 1) Team Leader functions vs. Manager 2)Team building Process:F,S,N,P &,GROW technique 3)Edwin Lockers SMART acronym 4)RACI vs. better CALM acronym 5)Responsibility Matrix chart 6)How to deal; with changing term members to keep morale, expertise & secure data & assets 7)Robert Dilts's concept on concentrating on work strategy not personal culture or morals. 8)Planning & executing efficient meetings including virtual. 9)Decision Matrix process 11)Conflict resolution with GRPI & Professor Shewhart's Technique 12)Followership Patterns chart on dealing with each 4 types of followers/members 13) 5 team Dysfunctions well explained & how to overcome them 14) Tomas Killman Conflict mode negotiation chart Downloaded exercises will be good practices for using Team Leadership skills in future job responsibilities. Thanks so much! Excellent job!

— Bonnie Haufe

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