Workshop: "High Performing Teams, how can I make a real impact?"

Date

2020年1月15日 (水) 13:00

Location

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Description

Target Audience: Anybody who is interested in improving their team working styles.

Session format: Interactive workshop.

Facilitator: Deborah McGovern, Head of Training & Consultancy Belbin, Cambridge UK.

Short Description:

We will look at how to enhance communication and optimise individual and collective effectiveness within a team, in the context of both OIST and future employment. This highly participative and practical workshop will use Belbin Team Roles as the framework for understanding what makes high performing teams and high performing team-members. This session will require you to take an online questionnaire in advance, and your confidential report will be given to you to use during the workshop.

Learning abjectives:

  • increased self-awareness of behaviour;
  • greater understanding of how and why people behave as they do;
  • appreciation of behavioural difference and diversity in dynamic, interdisciplinary and cross-cultural teams;
  • practical strategies for maximising strengths and minimising the impact of weaknesses.

REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED. Spaces are limited to 30 participants. Waiting list will be created if the maximum number of participants is reached.

Registration deadline: January 7, 2020.

TO REGISTER CLICK HERE.

 

About the facilitator: 

Deborah McGovern of Training & Consultancy for Belbin. She facilitates UK and international team-building projects, at board and all levels and has taught on leadership programmes.  Her focus is on using the Team Role model to increase individual, team and organisation effectiveness in the light of strategic business objectives and to improve interpersonal communications. 

She previously was head of HR for a computer company, where she also assisted in acquisitions of software and biotechnology businesses.  She has worked in change management consultancy and been director of an executive search company. 

 

 

 

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