Building High Performing Team

Teams can execute more quickly, make better decisions, solve more complex problems, and do more to enhance creativity and build skills than an individual can. Their use also increases productivity and morale; well-functioning teams can outperform individuals and even other types of working groups.

Training is designed for the busy professionals, being short and intensive and combining lecture and demonstration. We place a great emphasis on making the training practical, getting participants to practice the techniques taught. The exercises carried out focus on specific issues and cases related to people management skills and leading in challenging situations. Trainers provide advice relevant to your circumstances and requirements based on their experience. Participants have ample opportunity to discuss specific requirements with the trainer. During the training, we focus mainly on: - Activities Based - Experiential Sharing - Role Play & Simulation - Game Based - Learning Action Plan - Case Study - Discussion - Facilitation - Evaluation - Pre-Test and Post-Test for All Participants.

Typical participants include managers and supervisors who need be a professional team player.

Icebreakers, Slide Presentation, Exercise Bank, Case Study, Select Sequence, & Prepare Learning Activities

Building High Performing Team is packed with a plethora of fun activities and games focusing on the key characteristics of high performance teams. This high-energy training program will help you equip your team members with the essential skills and mind set to be a professional team player in a high performance team in which every individual assumes responsibility to be productive, proactive and reliable.


After joining the training, participants will be able to • Understand the key advantages of high performing teams and why companies are firm supporters of the team model • List the Ten Characteristics of high performing teams • Identify the attitude, skills and knowledge of the perfect team member • Explain the Ten Characteristics of high performing team members

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