Leaders employ strategies that build high-performing teams by creating trust, valuing conflict, and encouraging commitment. With the skills gained in this course, you will be better equipped to achieve organizational goals by leading your team through the uncertainty, fear, and conflict that often compromise a group’s creative, collaborative efforts. High-performing teams consistently meet their goals, work cohesively as a unit, and are engaged in their work. As a group, a high-performing team strives for excellence through two-way open communication, mutual trust, common goals, shared leadership, clear job roles, and productive feedback.
Participants of this course will be able to describe Lencioni’s Five Dysfunctions of a Team and implement strategies that build high-performing teams by promoting accountability and celebrating results. You will also be able to describe the key elements of creating and maintaining high-performing workplace teams.
Upon successful completion of the competency assessment, you will earn a NAIT Micro-credential and receive a Digital Badge you can share on social media and with your network.
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