Date: 9th October 2018
Time: 09:30 - 16:30
Law Society of Scotland
Atria One, 144 Morrison Street, Edinburgh, EH3 8EX, United Kingdom
CPD Hours: 5hoursThis one-day course will examine how to instil and promote high performance within teams, considering the latest theory and good practice.
High performance teams harness and channel collective talent to deliver superior results and service.
They also engender additional benefits, including: enhanced team engagement, cohesiveness, overall productivity and that elusive ‘positive’ team buzz – but what are the key characteristics that make a high performing team?
Attend this one-day interactive course to examine the concepts of high performance in team environments and how they can be applied in your setting.
- The stages of team development
- Attributes of high performing teams
- How high performing teams communicate and work together
- Creating the conditions for high performance
- Being an effective leader of a high performing team
- Latest research-based theories on high performing teams
- How such theories can be applied in practice
- Relevant industry case study examples
- Analysis of own leadership style and how it may be adapted to foster high performance
- Practical steps that can be taken to increase overall team effectiveness
This course is of benefit to any organisation seeking to enhance individual and team productivity within their business.
The course facilitators are Russell Borland and Thomas Chalmers, Partners of Leading Figures, a UK-wide coaching and consulting firm focusing on the finance and professional services sectors.
Both Russell and Thomas are experienced coaches and facilitators supporting leaders and their teams, and have practical experience of running businesses in the past.
Russell and Thomas will interleave theory and case studies with group discussions, shared learning and brainstorming. As such, participants will also learn from the insights and experiences of one another, making the course both practical and relevant in the context of high performing teams.