A Process for Results
In today’s business, the team leader is the main link between the company’s goals and the people who must accomplish those goals. Because of the functions of Team Leaders and the major role they play, it is obvious that good Team Leaders are the key to the success of any organization.
Many of the Team Leader’s daily decisions directly affect profits, productivity, service levels as well as attitudes and morale. With a role and a function of this magnitude, it would seem logical that the process of becoming a Team Leader would require years of training. However, most Team Leaders have had little or no training in in the soft skills needed to effectively lead others. Almost universally, today’s Team Leaders are men and women who have been promoted from being a super worker to being a supervisor. How do they gain the skills and mindsets they need to succeed?
A Focus on Results
The Team Leadership process goes beyond making team leadership development possible. It makes development eminently profitable by directly impacting the bottom line.
Individually, each team member reflects the proficiency of a specialized knowledge, which creates a powerful force that assures the achievement of organizational goals through its people.
Attitude is the basement basis of all individual behavior the effectiveness of team leaders will depend on their behavior in a given situation. Improve results and productivity begin by developing the attitude that govern positive behavior.
Behavior Management Skills
More than 50% of the team leader’s time is spent managing other people. To be effective in this role is important that the individual develops the skills necessary to effectively communicate and maximize productivity.
The team leader not only sets goals but also needs to determine how they will be achieved, What obstacles must be overcome in the process in the timeline necessary. The teen leadership process provides a proven goal accomplishment model the comedian immediately applied to any organization.
Critical Issues Covered
• The roles and functions of a successful team leader
• Organizational goal setting
• Developing confidence
• Managing and controlling your use of time
• Creating and managing performance
• Creating an environment for growth
• Techniques for better training
• Conducting the evaluation
• Taking corrective action
• The disciplinary interview
• Decisions habits and attitudes
• Making quality decisions
The Results Are Measurable
- Dynamic teams
- Lower operating costs
- Strengthened individual motivation to perform
- Increased revenues
- Motivation to accomplish organizational goals
- Improved quality and productivity
- Increased profitability