BUILDING AND LEADING EFFECTIVE TEAMS IN EMERGENCIES

Date: October 10th, 2014

Overview

Today’s workplace is about teamwork and collaboration.  Effective teamwork increases both productivity and satisfaction… and reduces costs.  As manager, supervisor or team leader, understanding what range of behaviours is needed to make a team effective, knowing what strengths exist within the team and knowing how to use those strengths to maximise impact, is a sign of effective team leadership.  Profiling the team gives everyone a better understanding and respect for the unique contribution that each individual can bring to the team.  Team profiling is now used by many organisations in both the public and private sectors to enhance individual and team performance.

Who should attend?

Managers, Supervisors, Team Leaders  –  present and future!

In this session we’ll be exploring:

  • Building blocks of effective teams
  • Characteristics of effective team leaders
  • Team formation
  • Learning to lead
  • Team role profiling
  • Influencing skills
  • Keeping the team effective

liz-tayfun

Liz Tayfun is an experienced facilitator & trainer, with over 22 years working mainly in organisations within the humanitarian world.  She facilitates workshops on team-based interventions, addressing conflicts, diversity, communication and career development.  Most recently she has been developing and facilitating distance learning programmes for field-based staff.

 

 

Costs: CHF 250 per person;  CHF 200 group price for min. 3 or more (Includes materials/refreshments/light lunch)

Venue: Geneva Welcome Centre (CAGI) – La Pastorale, 106, route de Ferney – 1211 Genève 20 (accross from the Hotel Intercontinental)

Please note this workshop will take place with 10 or more registrations.  Please register early.   

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