Building a Highly Effective Team

What would it really take to transform your organization of individuals into a team?

A nonprofit can't accomplish its mission without a highly effective team of employees. In this course participants will get back to basics and learn the key components of effective and ineffective teams. Learn about different interpersonal behaviors and how behavioral style emerge in groups. Examine ways to communicate and improve interaction with team members, through difficult conversation training and giving feedback. Participants will leave with tips and tools to transform their organizations into high-performing teams. Bring a coworker or several in order to maximize the impact of these strategies at your organization.

Topics Addressed: communication, feedback, team building, self-awareness, difficult conversations, culture

Level: Introductory level course

Who should attend? 
  • Those in leadership or management positions interested in furthering their team-building skills.
  • Board members or volunteers who want to improve their teams.
  • CNM Members working toward their HR certificate
  • CNM Members working toward their Volunteer Management certificate
Method of Facilitation: interactive activities, group work, role-play 

This work will amplify the impact of nonprofits by helping participants:
  • Learn about the researched-backed elements of success teams.
  • Learn about different interpersonal behaviors within your organization.
  • Examine ways to communicate and improve interaction with team members. 
  • Practice difficult conversations and giving/receiving feedback. 
  • Leave with tips and tools to implement immediately.

Instructor(s)
Renee Rizzo, CEO, Hope Clinic for Women
Date/Time
October 26, 2017; 8:30 AM to 12:00 PM
Fee
$60.00 for Members; $125.00 for nonmembers; $35.00 for students
Level
One Star
Subject Area(s)
Human Resources
Personal Development
Location
Center for Nonprofit Management

Registration

This workshop has already started and registrations are no longer being accepted. If you are interested in taking this course, please refer to the list below to find another time with the course will be offered.

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