Employee Motivation: Leading Dynamic Teams Employee Motivation: Leading Dynamic Teams

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$299.99
V401
2019
4321-DVD-E
9 min

A dynamic team performs at a high level. Its members understand the team’s goals and work well with each other. This training course teaches leaders how to create, manage, and guide a dynamic team.

Viewers learn the first step in putting together a dynamic team is the process of selecting who will be on the team. Leaders should look for potential members who demonstrate the following characteristics: they should be committed, cooperative, able to manage themselves, be accountable, are able to communicate well, and be respectful. Also, leaders learn how tools such as the Myers-/Briggs Indicator, the DISC assessment, and the 360-degree assessment can help identify suitable candidates.

This course explains how group thinking undermines the work of a team and shows leaders the warning signs to look out for. In a dynamic team, members trust one another and feel confident they can admit mistakes, ask questions, and share ideas without being embarrassed or punished. Viewers also learn the characteristics of an effective leader, such as how to set challenging goals to motivate their team.

Watch this training course to learn how to successfully lead dynamic teams.

The course presents the following topical areas:
  • Introduction
  • Build A Dynamic Team
  • Create Team Focus
  • Beware Of Group Thinking
  • Lead The Dynamic Team
  • Summary

A dynamic team performs at a high level. Its members understand the team’s goals and work well with each other. This training course teaches leaders how to create, manage, and guide a dynamic team.

Viewers learn the first step in putting together a dynamic team is the process of selecting who will be on the team. Leaders should look for potential members who demonstrate the following characteristics: they should be committed, cooperative, able to manage themselves, be accountable, are able to communicate well, and be respectful. Also, leaders learn how tools such as the Myers-/Briggs Indicator, the DISC assessment, and the 360-degree assessment can help identify suitable candidates.

This course explains how group thinking undermines the work of a team and shows leaders the warning signs to look out for. In a dynamic team, members trust one another and feel confident they can admit mistakes, ask questions, and share ideas without being embarrassed or punished. Viewers also learn the characteristics of an effective leader, such as how to set challenging goals to motivate their team.

Watch this training course to learn how to successfully lead dynamic teams.

The course presents the following topical areas:
  • Introduction
  • Build A Dynamic Team
  • Create Team Focus
  • Beware Of Group Thinking
  • Lead The Dynamic Team
  • Summary
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