Building and Leading Teams

Course description

This course will explore the challenges of leading teams that are inherited as well as those that are purpose-built. Participants will develop the skills to build high-performing teams. We will examine the attributes of successful team leaders and develop the leadership skills to create vision and mission for teams by engaging team members and developing team ownership of goals and benchmarks. Using case studies and simulations, participants will build practical skills in empowering team members, delegating responsibilities, creating an open team culture, eliciting ideas from team members in shared projects, and moving teams forward, as well as managing conflict in a team and providing feedback to team members.

Return on investment:

  • Discuss the attributes of team leadership.
  • Explain the special dynamics of inherited teams;
  • Identify the skills to lead both dysfunctional and high-performing teams;
  • Practice the skills to manage different kinds of conflict in a team;
  • Discover and practice how to provide timely, direct, and constructive feedback to the team as a group and to individual team members.

Face-to-face

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Montréal
Duration
2 days
Maximum class size
40 participants
Faculty Team
Academic Degree
PhD, FRSC, LLD, MOC
Registration for this course is managed by The Canadian Conference on Physician Leadership

In-house

This course can be customized and delivered in-house at your organization, meeting or conference to physicians and/or interdisciplinary teams.