This course introduces you to, and helps you apply, the 7 proven principles for building a highly effective and productive team. It includes content from my popular 1 day Team Leader training event (which cost $895 to attend).
The course looks at these 7 principles within the 3 critical areas of an effective team which are:
This course will help you understand and apply each of the following principles:
The first area we will explore is that of People, here we look at the principles of Acceptance and Attitude:
The second area is that of Vision, here we look at the principles of Aspiration and Actuality.
The third area is that of Task and here we explore the principles of Agreements, Action and Accountability.
This lecture introduces you to the course and outlines the background and experience of your trainer Peter Watson.
This lecturer introduces you to the important idea that unless we have a good framework for increasing the effectiveness of our team it is possible to actually make things worse.
This lecture introduces you to the 7 principles and includes a written summary of the principles and an eBook called Getting Stuff done. In the eBook you will find activities you can do to implement each of the 7 principles in your team.
This lecture explains how the 7 Principles sit within three groups and how they relate to each other. The rest of the course is arranged around these three areas of People, Vision and Task.
In the extra resources you will find a number of articles to further explain how the principles fit together and an additional Team Assessment available from Mind Tools, and excellent resource website.
Throughout the course I will direct you to good resources I have found from various sources.
This lecture introduces you to the simple Team Assessment which has been included as a handout.
This lecture introduces you to the first Principle of Acceptance.
In the extra resources you will find a really important concept in the video and handout on the Emotional Bank Balance.
This Leadership Top Tip video introduces you to thought of how you should focus as a new leader.
This Leadership Tip video introduces you to the importance of empathy in working with others.
This lecture outlines the second principle of Attitude.
Also you will find an article on creating a Gratitude Journal, an excellent resource for increasing your positive attitude.
This Leadership Top Tip video provides ideas about dealing with a dominating person in your team.
This Leadership Top Tip video introduces you to the importance of building traditions and how to support that.
This Leadership Top Tip video is a second video supporting building traditions in your team.
This lecture introduces you to third principle of Aspiration.
In the resources you will find an article on setting SMART goals.
This lecture introduces you to the fourth principle of Actuality.
In the resources you will find an article helping your develop this principle.
This lecture introduces you to the fifth principle of Agreements.
In the resources you will find an article on the Decisional Balance technique that can be used to help someone determine the actual agreements they really want to agree to.
This Leadership Top Tip Video introduces you to how I work with staff members to develop goals that really work.
This lecture introduces you to the sixth principle of Action.
This Leadership Top Tip video outlines some of the most productive ways to spend your time.
This lecture introduces you to the seventh principle of Accountability. This is the principle that is the most critical for making all of the principles work.
In the resources there is a eBook on accountability and a handout on giving One Minute Reprimands.
This Leadership Top Tip video gives helpful suggestions for dealing with aggressive team members.
This video outlines how you can get a 30 minute coaching session (worth $129) from your trainer Peter Watson.
This video thanks you for your participation and lets you know how you can get in further contact with your trainer Peter Watson.
Have you lost your joy of leadership?Leading a team not functioning highly effectively will quickly sap the joy from any leadership role.