To acquire the necessary tools to manage high-performance teams and the keys to success to enhance their leadership.
To Learn how to maximise their potential through effective communication, their own and their lteam's emotional management, the generation of trust and the achievement of objectives through an action plan.
To train the competencies and management skills necessary to accompany, manage and motivate teams.
To work on strategies for the creation of teams and their dynamisation.
To define the different management styles in relation to the interests of the organisation and the times of the work team.
To identify the characteristics and evolution of work groups and the factors that can modify their working dynamics.
To relate human resources management policies with their influence on the work environment and with the factors that favour the motivation of workers.
To relate the motivation techniques applied in the field of the organisation with the human needs to be satisfied, both physiological and psychological.
To relate the actions and techniques for the dynamisation of work groups to the typology and relationships of the components, the requirements of the tasks to be carried out and the situational context.
To foster skills to promote positive interpersonal relationships from the point of view of both management and collaborators.
1. The manager and his importance to the team.
2. What we talk about when we talk about team.
3. More than a team: high performance team.
4. Skills for effective communication.
5. Feedback, a fundamental tool in team management.
6. Mechanisms for monitoring and coordination: meetings.
7. Analysis and problem solving: diagnosis and creativity.
8. The manager and conflict resolution.
Duration: 30 hours.
Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays from 9.30 a.m. to 11.30 a.m.
Days: 7, 9, 10, 14, 16, 17, 21, 23, 24, 28, 30 November and 1, 12, 14 and 15 December.
Accreditation: Paco Puerto Foundation.
Institution of origin: contracted staff IRBLleida.