BUILDING A HIGH PERFORMANCE TEAM

COURSE OUTLINEMAKE AN ENQUIRY

OVERVIEW

Course Aims
This course is designed to provide learners with the skills and knowledge to build and lead a high-performing team. In today’s world it is critical for people managers to understand the role of emotional intelligence. This course will provide practical tips and strategies on how to cultivate a team of high performance through regular, effective communication, performance management and engagement.

There is an option for the inclusion of Online Personality Questionnaires to be included as the foundation for this course.

Duration of courses can be adapted to suit your business needs.

COURSE OUTLINE

  • Current workplace challenges 
  • Emotional Intelligence
  • Recruitment & retention
  • Setting Expectations
  • Communicating for Success 
  • Performance Management 
  • Work Support & Supervision
  • Engagement
  • Impact & Influencing
  • Top Tips

LEARNING OUTCOMES

Be able to manage your team effectively

Influence others effectively at all levels

Be more impactful in a range of work situations

Understand how to influence your team more effectively

Improved collaboration and teamwork 

Understanding the role of Emotional Intelligence in leading a team

Be able to deal with difficult people and personalities

Providing HR Support For Almost 20 Years

Get in Touch

We would love to hear from you. You can contact us as below:

 Dublin:
The HR Suite,
13 Upper Baggot Street,
2nd Floor,
Dublin 4. DO4 W7K5

 Kerry:
The HR Suite,
Pier 17 Dingle Road,
Tralee,
Co. Kerry. V92 R6DX (HQ)

 Cork:
The HR Suite,
5 Lapp's Quay,
Centre,
Cork. T12 RW7D

info@thehrsuite.com+353 (0)1 901 4335+353 (0)66 7102887

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