Training & Events

Building a High Performance Team

WHY ATTEND?

How do you build a great team? You become a great leader.

Building a High Performing Team trains you to overcome dysfunctions, manage conflicts, and develop strategies to keep your team on-track and high performing. This session is based on Patrick Lencioni’s “Five Dysfunctions of a Team” — a renowned business model that explores organizational politics and team failure.

Workshop includes lunch and snacks.

WHO SHOULD ATTEND?

This session is ideal for your team! Register in multiples for team discount!

Managers, supervisors, CEOs - anyone who needs a refresher or wants to be in a leadership role.

Course Objectives:

Describe the principles and stages of team development and identify the specific stage your team may be in.
Understand and explain the “Five Dysfunctions of a Team”
Create strategies on addressing the “Five Dysfunctions” in order to become a high performing team
 

Course Deliverables:

  • What is a team?
  • What are the characteristics of a high performing team?
  • Team dynamics and the four stages of team development
  • Discussion and review of Patrick Lencioni’s model called the “Five Dysfunctions of a Team”
  • Develop strategies for overcoming each of the dysfunctions
  • Effectively manage conflict with team members and between team members
  • Steps to building trust and striving for consensus among team members

REGISTER TODAY 
Date: October 27, 2020
Time: 8:30 am – 4:00 pm 
Location: 1000 Waverley Street – Training Room 104 

INSTRUCTOR INFORMATION

Barry Jansen

Barry is the lead instructor of the Leadership Development Program. Barry is a senior human resources and leadership consulting professional. Drawing from 25 years of experience. He holds an Honours Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Manitoba and a Certificate in Human Resource Management. As an HR professional, Barry is a long-term member of the Human Resources Management Association of Manitoba, the Society for Human Resource Management, and the Human Capital Institute.

For more information 
Contact Kim Kline, BAM’s Training and Development Director at 204-272-5097 or kim@biomb.ca. 

Building a High Performance Team - October 27, 2020

  • $225.00 (Members pay $175.00)

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