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Teams are the way organizations get their work done and bring innovation and creativity to their industry. In this one hour webinar be prepared to learn how compensation is not necessarily the driving force behind high performing team members. By spending time and money on building capacity on a team through training, coaching and mentoring, organizations save money in the long run and build highly effective teams. The largest barriers to team productivity are lack of effective communication skills, lack of trust and the lack of ability to collaborate. In this webinar, we will explore how to overcome these obstacles as we build teams that function efficiently and how to motivate an underperforming employee.
During the webinar, participants will learn the difference between reducing the dissatisfaction on teams versus real motivation. Each team is composed of members with different personalities and skill sets. By looking at these factors as well as the team structure, organizations can determine the elements that make a high performing team. In addition, the generational make-up of the team can be used to increase productivity.
Effective communication skills is the key to highly performing teams. When teams have healthy communication, trust and collaboration follow. High performance on teams is driven more by the team environment that is created not the level of compensation team members receive. In order to build the capacity of teams, organizations should provide training, coaching and mentoring. Participants will learn the ways to improve productivity. You should attend the webinar to learn about:
• Effectively communicating with teams
• Building trust on teams
• Collaborating on teams
• How to achieve high performance on teams
• Training on teamwork
• Coaching and mentoring team members
• Three factors that motivate teams
• Reward structure and job characteristics
• Using your budget to train, coach, mentor and give feedback
• Three factors that adversely affect teams
• How lack of effective communication, trust and collaboration halts productivity
• Dynamics for a successful team
• Motivation and the different generations
• Creating a climate for successful team
Teams have become a normal way for organizations to get their work and projects completed. The webinar will address how to increase productivity in the workplace, build teams, motivate them to peak performance and overcome barriers that may keep them from being successful.
Through the effective use of teams, organizations will gain the edge in a competitive marketplace.
• Team Leaders
• Business owners and managers
• Vice Presidents
• Human Resource managers and others with management responsibilities and administrative assistants
Years of Experience: 17+ Years
Areas of Expertise: Conflict Management (Mediation, Arbitration and Facilitation), Conflict Coaching and Communication Training
Dr. Bob Churilla has been a mediator for over 17 years. Bob has mediated employment, family, insurance and personal injury claims. During this time, he has mediated cases for the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC), Transportation Security Administration (TSA) as well as for numerous government agencies including the United States Postal Service, Veterans Administration, Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), Department of Labor and other departments.
Bob is also a certified trainer for the Mediation Training Institute International and presents seminars on managing workplace conflict. His training background also includes offerings in negotiation and conflict resolution.
Bob has taught at a number of local colleges in Cleveland, Ohio. Bob's practice includes mediation, arbitration, facilitation, conflict coaching, systems design and organizational consulting in the area of conflict systems design and communication training. Bob also is a minister in the Unity Church in Cleveland Ohio, and has experience in congregational dispute resolution.View all trainings by this speaker