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Establishing Team Goals and Responsibilities, and Using Feedback Effectively (G015)


Type: Online
Duration: 00:30 hours
Status: Active

To get a team to perform at its best, the strengths of every team member must be recognized and their combined strengths put to good use. This online self-paced course provides recommendations on how to set effective team goals, identify roles and responsibilities, and assess the competencies of team members. Participants will learn best practices for assigning roles based on competencies, and how to give and receive feedback to achieve optimum team performance.

Topics include:

  • aligning team goals with clear and measurable corporate goals
  • identifying team member roles, responsibilities and expectations
  • assessing the competencies of team members
  • matching competencies to team member roles
  • providing and receiving feedback from team members

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More about this course
  • Topics: Communication skills; Leadership; Personal and team development; Personal development
  • Community: Directors; Executives; Managers; Supervisors
  • Business line: Transferable Skills
  • Provider: Skillsoft

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