Team Effectiveness

Program Overview

Learn strategies for successful and motivated teams and how to work more effectively with difficult situations.

Highly effective teams are able to motivate each other and collaborate to solve problems, which leads to greater results. People are more likely to take calculated risks that lead to innovation if they have the support of a team behind them. Working in a team encourages personal growth, increases job satisfaction, and reduces stress. Developing and sustaining a high-performance work team is challenging in today’s work environment


Team effectiveness is all about creating an empowering and satisfying work environment. It involves a group of individuals who work together to achieve a shared goal. With the help of different models such as frameworks, a team dynamic can be analysed and improved. 

In order to create a successful and high-performing team, you need a group of determined people with outstanding skills and characteristics. For building a well functioning team, it is also important to find a balance between the team members’ well-being and their performance.

Effectiveness leads the team to enhance employee performance, increase team member satisfaction, raise willingness to work together and improve the overall outcome for the team members.

This workshop will begin with focusing on how to build an effective team through understanding more about the thinking preferences of the people within your team. As well as gaining more insight into your own thinking preferences, you will learn how to recognise the thinking preferences of others.
We will introduce you to the concept of whole brain thinking and how this approach can help a team to be more effective on a day-to-day basis.

Learning Outcomes:

  • Gain increased self-awareness and understand how thinking preferences differ within a team
  • Build flexibility/ adaptability in individual thinking preferences
  • Apply whole brain thinking to teams and organisations
  • Understand the impact of motivation in the workplace – move towards or move away understanding the SCARF Model
  • Understanding of the Lencioni Model for Building Effective teams. This model focuses on all the things that could go wrong in a team, rather than what a team should do. According to Lencioni, knowing your team’s dysfunctions is what leads to a more effective team.
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Team Effectiveness

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