Leading Teams combines self-reflection, e-Learning, classroom instruction, cohort and small group work, and experiential learning. In this course we will explore how to motivate staff, manage risk, and develop effective teams to meet your organization’s objectives. You will learn to communicate better, manage conflict, and help those you supervise to navigate change effectively.
This course also meets the WAC requirement for new supervisors to attend 24 hours of instruction (WAC Chapter 357-34). To receive credit for completing this course, please plan to attend all 24 hours of classroom instruction AND complete the requirements in the Learner Checklist
. This course is designed to briefly touch upon several different leadership topics. If you need more information on a certain topic, you can find many of these covered in one or two day individual courses.
Performance Objectives: Upon successful completion of this course you should be able to:
- Demonstrate emotional intelligence and self-regulation.
- Explain the impact of psychological safety on leaders and teams.
- Create an environment for your team that fosters teamwork and encourages innovation.
- Manage stress, time and energy for yourself and your team.
- Align your team around values, purpose, and vision.
- Satisfy customers and drive results through feedback.
Competencies covered in this course include the enterprise-wide leadership Competencies:
Intended audience: Leading Teams is designed for those who manage managers, in particular managers who have gone through Leading Others. For more information, see the message to managers.
Please note that agencies will be charged the regular, full price of the course if a registered student cannot attend the class or send a substitution. Please review the attendance policy
for more information.