Leading teams in today’s evolving organizational landscape requires leaders to update their framework and skillset for maximizing workgroup and team relationships. There is a complexity dynamic in today’s environment which will continue to change as we consider the future of work and its impact on teams. In this two-day program, you’ll discover what has changed regarding teams, what is coming in the future and approaches to optimize team success.
8:30 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.
March 29-30, 2022
Cost: $1,695* and includes all class materials, breakfast, lunch and refreshments.
Certificates will be awarded based on successful completion of the 2-day training.
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* A 20 percent discount will be given to companies that enroll two or more employees.
* A 30 percent discount will be given to TCU Alumni and TCU Faculty/Staff.
* A 10 percent discount will be given to U.S. veterans and employees of non-profit organizations.
Who Should Attend?
Leaders, managers and team influencers accountable for leading workgroups, units or project teams.
What You Will Learn
Participants will update their framework of how to successfully lead and strengthen teams considering the evolving dynamics of team structures, roles and the types of teams operating in today’s organizations.
How You Will Benefit
- Gain insight on how to strengthen team cohesion and build inclusion
- Learn what has changed with teams and where the future of work is heading
- Improve your team building strategy with tactics to empower and leverage team capacity
- Discover key team success factors and how to foster relationships
- Current state of teams
- Effective team leadership
- Practical tactics for leading today's teams
- Upskilling and building team capability
- Contemporary types of teams and the future of work
- Leading teams without direct authority
- Team agility
- Building cohesion and creating psychological safety
- Fostering relationships and building inclusion
- Innovation and critical thinking