Hopefully, we've all experienced the exhilaration of being part of a successful team, clicking on all cylinders. Now it's our turn to create that experience. We've been newly appointed to a leadership position or we have aspirations to lead others. Where do we start? It's not that easy. We also remember that dreadful time as part of a dysfunctional group. It can't be happenstance. There must be a process toward successful team building, right? In this course, we'll examine that process by enumerating successful team characteristics and understanding team dynamics and their impact. Here is where I will present my pan flute leadership model. You'll love it! But wait, we're not finished. It's not good enough to simply create the world's greatest team, we also have to know how to maintain this team. We will learn about the two pitfalls common to all teams, the two blunt truths we must know as leaders, and the four rules of great team performance.
We will accomplish this in fifty minutes through lecture, training aids, and Keynote slides. Bring an open mind, prepare to learn some new approaches, and enjoy the class. At the end of this presentation, you'll be prepared to form your own giant killing team, ready to take on the world. I guarantee that there is nothing more fulfilling than watching a team work together as a cohesive group. I also guarantee that this won't be boring! So sign up and be prepared to dazzle.
We'll examine the two pitfalls that can threaten any team, and the methods counter them.
We'll examine the two basic truths of successful team building and their importance.
We will study four rules that, when practiced, ensure a healthy team environment. We will then wrap up the course.
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Hello! My name is John Bieber. My company, Bieber Enterprises, LLP., provides training and consulting on basic leadership skills. To create this training, I have drawn on my experience of eight years as a officer in the Marine Corps, three years as a security manager in the private sector, and twenty-two years in the Federal government leading various security teams. In all of that time, I have been a member of some great teams, and, like everyone, some not so great teams. Early on, I realized that I enjoyed the atmosphere of being part of successful teams and began analyzing what was required to ensure a great team environment. I vowed that I would do all within my power to lead great teams. In my research after the Marine Corps, I discovered, while working at a national restaurant chain, that many companies/organizations did not properly groom individuals for leadership positions. They were destined to fail. That's when I knew that leadership training could be enjoyable, and that I had something to share. That something became “Leadership Excitement!!!." Part of that course, related to team building is being offered here on Udemy. Thank you for your time, and enjoy the course!