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Leadership

XBZ 2211 - Leading High Performance Teams

This course provides team leaders with the tools and skills to complete these roles and support their team's growth. Leaders learn to diagnose behaviors and conditions that limit team performance. They are equipped to assess team strengths and weaknesses and use their coaching and reinforcing skills to be a catalyst for high performance and continuous improvement. The on-campus course is approved by HRCI for 3.5 hours.

CEU Hours: 3.5

Contact Hours: 4

Today's organizations demand that their teams do more.  Good, solid, or adequate team outputs won't produce maximum business results, but high performing teams will.  The secret to helping teams perform at their best?  The leader.  Their knowledge, skills, and abilities can transform an acceptable team into an exceptional one.

This course provides team leaders with the tools and skills to perform three primary responsibilities-diagnose, coach and reinforce-that support their team's growth.  Leaders learn to diagnose behaviors and conditions that limit team performance.  They are equipped to assess team strength and weakness, as well as to use coaching and reinforcing skills to be a catalyst for high performance and continuous improvement.

Performance Objectives
Helps leaders:
1.	Focus their teams efforts on high-priority actions that directly support the organization's goals and strategies
2.	Enhance the effectiveness of their team by identifying and eliminating conditions that are preventing them from achieving high levels of performance
3.	Accomplish and surpass team and organizational goals and objectives
4.	Create an environment in which team members are moved to strive harder to realize the potential of the team
5.	Accomplish more by capitalizing on the unique talents of each individual team member

Primary Competencies Developed
1.	Building a Successful Team

Secondary Competencies Developed
1.	Gaining Commitment

Target audience: Frontline leaders through mid-level managers

Course length: 4 hours
 
CRN Days Time Date Location Instructor Seats Open
53831 001 -T----- 08:00-11:59 AM 12/02/14-12/02/14 RC 146 Hopkins G 16 of 16
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