Professional Development -Building Teams

grpillar Building Teams (TAL201)

Type: Instructor Led

Intended Audience: Those who supervise, manage, and/or lead teams (including project team leaders). Part of the Fundamentals of Supervision Certificate Program.

Program Overview: Team development is an ongoing process that requires regular attending. This program will define teams as two or more people coming together to achieve a common purpose. When people come together, certain needs arise. Effectively addressing these needs is the key to high performance teams. This program will introduce tools to diagnose where your team is along the continuum of high performance. Participants will review a model for achieving greater effectiveness and  a  variety of skills that improve team outcomes.


  • Identify characteristics of effective teams
  • Describe development model for high performance teams
  • Identify and apply tools to improve results


Characteristics of effective teams
Model for Team Development
    Identify dysfunctional behavior
    Reinforce & Apply new behaviors
    Measure Progress
Skills in Team Development

Pre-Requisite Activities: Complete a Team Effectiveness worksheet

Additional Resources: Available in the HR Organizational Development 's Library:
Winning Teams, Winning Culture - Larry Senn & Jim Hart
The Five Dysfunctions of a Team - Patrick Lencioni
The Wisdom of Teams - Jon R. Katzenbach and Douglas K. Smith

Location of Workshop:

Student Services Building, Room SVC2070


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