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Leading High Performance Teams

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Course Format:

N/A

Start Date:

April
14,
2021

Course Length:

More than 3 Months

Application Deadline:

No Deadline

Enrollment Fee:

1,420 USD

Location:

Online

Quick Look

Course Format:

N/A

Start Date:

April
14,
2021

Application Deadline:

Asynchronous

Enrollment Fee:

1,420 USD

Location:

Online

Course Description

Course provides participants with key concepts and knowledge that will help them not only to understand the nature of high performance teams but also to develop and sustain them in practice. The course is designed to apply: (a) knowledge of the characteristics of high performance teams (differentiating them from other types of teams and work groups) and (b) assessment methodologies to prepare the participants to position their teams to achieve and sustain high performance status in both leader and non-leader roles.

Program Benefits

This course will help you distinguish high performance teams from other types of teams and work groups; understand the multiple steps to achieve and sustain high performance status; and leverage a better understanding of how individual differences in personality affect team processes and be positioned to adopt long-term strategies that enhance their political and social skill (i.e., yielding a higher “Team Emotional Quotient” or TEQ). Some aspects of team functioning are outside of one’s influences. Enhancing one’s own TEQ is critical and within one’s capability to address.

Program Inclusion

Not Provided

Who Should Attend

N/A

Application Requirements

1618358400

Instructor:

Alan Witt 

Contact Person:

Not Provided

Faculty Director:

Gary Randazzo

University:

University of Houston

Course Description

Course provides participants with key concepts and knowledge that will help them not only to understand the nature of high performance teams but also to develop and sustain them in practice. The course is designed to apply: (a) knowledge of the characteristics of high performance teams (differentiating them from other types of teams and work groups) and (b) assessment methodologies to prepare the participants to position their teams to achieve and sustain high performance status in both leader and non-leader roles.

Program Benefits

This course will help you distinguish high performance teams from other types of teams and work groups; understand the multiple steps to achieve and sustain high performance status; and leverage a better understanding of how individual differences in personality affect team processes and be positioned to adopt long-term strategies that enhance their political and social skill (i.e., yielding a higher “Team Emotional Quotient” or TEQ). Some aspects of team functioning are outside of one’s influences. Enhancing one’s own TEQ is critical and within one’s capability to address.

Program Inclusion

Not Provided

Who Should Attend

N/A

Application Requirements

Not Provided

Instructor:

Alan Witt 

Contact Person:

Not Provided

Faculty Director:

Gary Randazzo

University:

University of Houston