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Working It Out Together

Team Building: Working It Out Together

Participants Will Learn:

  • Things that effective teams do
  • The Laws of Teamwork
  • The Five Stages of a Team’s Progress
  • To understand themselves and others and appreciate the challenges of collaboration
  • Strategies to overcome barriers to team effectiveness

Who Should Attend:

  • Business and functional center division and department heads
  • Professionals that desire to become department and division heads
  • Project Managers and similar professionals responsible for running project teams in matrixed organizations
  • Human Resource leaders and professionals

Onsite Delivery:

For groups of 20 or more, this program can be customized to your unique needs and delivered onsite to maximize your team’s productivity. For more information, please contact us.

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