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High-performing teams are critical to maintaining an organization's competitive advantage. These teams consistently show high levels of collaboration and innovation, and outperform their peers. In this course, author and leadership-training expert Mike Figliuolo shows you how to create and lead the teams that get more done for their organizations. Learn about the seven elements of a high-performance team, and the techniques necessary to set direction, gather and deploy the right resources, prioritize work, motivate employees, and help team members develop their individual strengths.
This course qualifies for 2.25 Category A professional development units (PDUs) through lynda.com, PMI Registered Education Provider #4101.
(friendly jingle) Have you always wanted to build and be a member of a high performing team but you're not quite sure where to start? Hi, I'm Mike Figliuolo. And I've been fortunate enough to have led and also have been a member of high performing teams over the course of my career. And I've learned that there are seven components to building and running a high performing team. In this course I'll cover setting direction, where are you taking the team, what's the vision, what's the mission? Next, gathering and deploying the right resources.
After you've gathered those resources, how do you assemble that team? What's the culture, what's the mix of people? And how do you get them working effectively, with one and another. After you've built that team, how do you allocate work and prioritize your efforts so you're focusing on the things that are the most important to the organization. And as that team is operating, how are you going to continue to motivate your people, inspire them and build their capabilities? So let's get started with building high performing teams.
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