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Building High Performing Teams for Public Sector Leaders

Building High Performing Teams for Public Sector Leaders

Strengthen team capability, culture & leadership performance


Success for any organisation is determined by the quality of its people and their ability to work together in high performing teams. Modern times require strategic leaders, engaged employees and the team’s full commitment to success. But as a leader you simply can’t be everywhere. This is why the culture of your team, the way they act, behave and make decisions when you are not around, is critical to long term success. Strategies and values are just words on paper. Rubber really hits the road when these plans are put into execution. This is where clarity, empathy and leadership become critical drivers of performance.

The focus for the Building High Performing Teams for Public Sector Leaders masterclass is to ensure you have the skills and capabilities to translate your organisational strategy and values into your systems, processes and culture to deliver results. How do you inspire your people? By engaging them on the organisational values and ensuring these become the daily behavioural norms. This masterclass will equip you with the strategies to manage your team and the skills to build a high performance culture. By aligning both the tangible and intangible elements of team performance, this course will provide you, and leaders like you, with the full toolkit to build and lead high performing teams.

This masterclass is:

• Led by one of our top-rated and most trusted facilitators: Who has coached 150+ delegates in the past year alone
• Highly interactive, hands on and intimate: Gain personalised feedback and a tailored action plan
• Structured for maximum learning impact: Set across three modules so you have time to test your learnings between sessions

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