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"I learned how to see myself as a leader of a group and how I see myself as a team member. I learned some techniques for working with other individuals in a team."
The federal government is more collaborative than ever. Promoting a Shared Leadership model that empowers decision-making at all levels, the workplace requires skills that enable a facilitative leadership style to build teams. This course is designed to help you develop fundamental skills to be an effective team leader and a team member. Participating in this learning will enable you to acquire a deeper understanding of teams—including a focus on team dynamics and effective team processes.This four-day program provides an overview of stages of team development, effective team strategies, and tools for effective teamwork. Emphasis is placed on communication styles, facilitative behaviors, roles and responsibilities of team members and leaders. Participants learn about team dysfunctions as well as how to build trust, manage conflict, and build accountability.The skills and knowledge acquired in this course are foundational not only to teamwork but to other levels of leadership in the federal government. During the course, you will:
This course meets one of the requirements for the Project/Team Lead level of the Leadership Education and Development (LEAD) Certificate program. For more information go to the LEAD certificate page.
Unless the course is listed as RESIDENTIAL, lodging and meals are not included in the tuition.