Team Dynamics and Leadership

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The result in global economy and competition has resulted in two distinct changes—leadership and teamwork ethic. The first change is in leadership where the visionary leader has also to be successful in implementing the vision in organizational life. The leadership requirements of the millennium also include an emotionally intelligent style of communication, ethical integrity, and conflict resolution. 
The second dramatic shift is team-based solutions and a need to focus on building team member capabilities. With the decline in traditional institutions like family and marriage, workplace has surfaced as a consistent, stable community. Due to this the new workforce seeks qualitative values and a collaborative workplace environment.
Learning Objectives

1. Understanding of Team Dynamics
2. How to define a Team
3. Taking Team Development Forward
4. Understanding the Risks with Working in a Team
5. Defining Leadership Qualities and Skills
6. Understanding of Situational Leadership

Content Delivery Method

Physical or Virtual Classroom

HRD Corp Certified Course


Duration and Language

1 day; available in English

Target Audience

Suitable for employees of all levels

Key Skillset Addressed

Team Dynamics, Leadership