This microcourse is included in a series of nine microcourses that can be bundled together into our Microcertificate in Practical Wisdom at a discounted price. Click here to learn more: PW Microcertificate.
Welcome to our Creating High Performance Teams microcourse. The term “high performance teams” has become a frequently used buzzword. It is easy to talk about high performance teams, but what are they, how are they formed, and what benefits do they provide? The material in this microcourse will help you find the answer to these questions and develop your own high performance teams.
By the end of this microcourse you should be able to:
- Understand the benefits of high performance teams
- Address challenges
- Conduct effective meetings
- Be able to see the big picture
- Work collaboratively
- Adequately praise team members
- Lite: $35
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