Leading Effective Teams 

In-person, UQ Brisbane City  8–9 September 2022 

“This course is designed to help you lead your team to high
performance victory, with proven ways of keeping your team
on task, engaged, and motivated to do their best.”
- Professor Tyler Okimoto

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Lead a highly effective team by developing agility in your leadership style.

Effective team leadership is critical to the success of all organisations. The ability to lead a high performing team is also an essential leadership capability for up-and-coming management talent. How your team – and the individuals within that team – respond to your influence may be quite diverse.  One leadership style does not fit all team situations, and strong team leaders are adaptive to the needs of their team and its core objective. In a complex and digitally connected world, successful leaders need to be agile, adaptable, and have a clear understanding of their impact upon others. 
 
This course goes beyond best practice, equipping team leaders with the knowledge and tools to adapt your leadership style to meet the needs of the team.  After completing this course, you will be able to critically analyse your team dynamic, understand the different levers for influencing that dynamic, and formulate strategies for effective team leadership.

 

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What you'll learn 

During this course you will: 

  • develop clarity and self-awareness to enhance your leadership role in a team or group 

  • analyse the interpersonal dynamic within your team, and develop the capability to assess its effectiveness for different organisational objectives and contexts.

  • identify how to adapt your leadership style to meet the needs of your team and boost your team’s performance. 

Who should attend

This course is ideal for professionals coming into leadership positions or pursuing additional development in a current management position. 

This course is ideal for those who have just stepped into their first role as a team leader and those with a couple of years of experience in managing teams.  If you're a manager or leader seeking to empower others and create high-performing teams, this course is for you. 

This course will equip team leaders with the expertise to support greater team productivity and efficiency. By adapting their leadership style, managers and leaders from all industries can positively influence their team and promote a constructive performance culture in the workplace. 

Upcoming sessions 

Upcoming workshops

Date: 8–9 September 2022
Time: 9am–5pm
Location: UQ Brisbane City
Cost: A$2,990

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*Price incl. GST. See below for discounts that may apply to you.
 
Registrations close 1 week prior to the commencement of the course. To secure your place, we encourage you to register early. If a course is at capacity, you will go on a waitlist and be contacted if a spot becomes available.

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What's included

Learning materials

  • Access to high-quality digital resources prior to the course.
  • Digital workbook to be completed before the course (critical self-reflection on personal approach to team leadership)
  • Your own team analysis and leadership action plan
  • Post course: In-depth readings and self-reflection activities to aid further self-directed learning

Additions

  • All our face to face workshops include catering and tea/coffee facilities (please let us know if you have any dietary or accessibility requirements when booking).
  • Upon successfully completing this course, you will receive a digital badge. This will certify that you have developed the capability to adapt your leadership style to enhance team performance. To understand more about digital badges and it’s benefits, please refer to our FAQ.

Who you'll learn from 

Professor Tyler Okimoto is a Professor in Management at The University of Queensland Business School. He received his Ph.D. in Organisational Psychology from New York University in 2005, and worked as a postdoctoral researcher in the School of Management at Yale University prior to joining UQ in 2011.

Tyler’s research attempts to understand the difficulties preventing individuals and groups from achieving productive collaborations and broader social consensus, and the role of leadership in overcoming those challenges.  His published work has been featured in the New York Times, the Washington Post, the Atlantic, Good Morning America, US National Public Radio, ABC Radio, Netflix’s Explained, and several policy reports.

He is also an award-winning educator, teaching both traditional and online/blended courses on leadership, human resources, conflict/negotiation, and decision-making in the Undergraduate, MBA, and Executive levels. He was the Lead Designer of UQ's MicroMasters Program in Business Leadership, a series of five postgraduate-level MOOCs (Massive Open Online Courses). In its first year, this program reached over 60,000 learners from 193 different countries, and was a 2019 finalist for the Global edX Prize for Exceptional Contributions to Online Education.

Additional information 

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If you have any questions about this course or anything else, please fill out the form below with details of your enquiry and our team will respond to your request within 1 business day, or call us on +61 7 3346 7999

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