Effective Team Leaders


In today’s highly competitive world, there is a lot of pressure on leaders to create highly productive organizations. To be successful with this task, leaders will need all of the talent, skills, techniques, and experience they can muster through leadership development. The pressure to succeed can create a real dilemma: whether to “manage” people or to “lead” people.

In order to achieve high levels of employee engagement and morale, people in authority must learn how to show others the way, be a “lighthouse,” rather than to “railroad” people into compliance by telling, commanding, or controlling them. Respected leaders easily gain loyalty and mutual agreement with their followers (loyalty demanded is loyalty denied).

At one point or another, we have all been either a leader or a follower. While both roles are equally important, a leader plays an instrumental role in providing direction for his/her followers. A good way to identify an effective leader is to see if his/her followers are able to support and accomplish what their leader is asking of their team.

In order to be a great leader, one must possess various qualities that will attract followers. Leaders exude many qualities that make them effective and appreciated. These qualities all compliment each other in constructing a well-balanced leader.

  • Develop and play the role of team leaders
  • Leverage on each other’s knowledge and skills to achieve better performance as team leaders
  • Improve coordination and cooperation to develop team spirit and synergy in the workplace
  • Resolve conflict in a productive way to reduce resistance and inefficiency
  • Implementing the right systems to manage effectively
  • Develop leadership and motivational skills
  • Manage time and work more effectively
  • Being creative in problem solving and decision making
  • Being an excellent communicator
  • Bring out the leader in you
  • Become a more effective leader
  • Learn the art of leadership through communication
  • Motivate others to perform better
  • Manage teams more effectively
  • Develop excellent creative problem solving skills and understanding body language

Senior Executives, Assistant Managers, Managers

  • Establish efficiency and productivity, as well as promoting enthusiasm, innovation, and cooperation among your employees.
  • To become a manager and leader who can focus on planning and organizing by mastering the art of delegating tasks to the right people.
  • Create team synergy by understanding your teams strenght and areas of growth
  • Eliminate minimize safety risks, and supply the company with a group of highly-qualified employees who are experts at getting the job done right.
  • To stop using the old saying of “if you want something done right, you must do it yourself.”  And move to new age work methods

Interactive lectures, case studies and group discussions and activities.