Building and Leading High Performance Teams
Today’s global economic challenges require all individuals in managerial and supervisory roles to better understand obligations of leadership and gain skills to create a productive and nurturing work environment. The ability to create a motivating vision and establish trust within an organization as well as gaining skills to bring out the best in people are the hallmarks of successful leadership. This workshop will give you the managerial tools to accomplish these goals through hands-on exercises to give you an edge in your organization with the goal of creating a more cooperative and energetic workforce that benefits you and your organization’s productivity.
Leaders vs. Managers Build highly motivated teams: foundation and requirements Attributes of highly effective teams Learning people’s interests and strengths How to create trust Creating a positive and rewarding work environment Establishing effective communication channels Create desire for continuous improvement Establish recognition for exemplary and high performers
Who should attend?
Plant managers, VP of operations, engineering managers, senior and middle managers, individuals with managerial and supervisory responsibilities.
Dr. Hamid R. Parsaei is a professor of mechanical engineering and associate dean of academic affairs at Texas A&M University at Qatar. In addition to his 27 years of academic experience, Dr. Parsaei has also served as vice-president for Integrated Technology Systems, Inc., an engineering and computer consulting firm in USA. Dr. Parsaei has delivered lectures and workshops on leadership, project managements, economic and cost analysis, and manufacturing automation. He has served as editor in chief, member of editorial board, and associate editor to several peer reviewed journals. Dr. Parsaei is a registered professional engineer (PE) in Texas (USA) and a fellow of the Institute of Industrial Engineers (FIIE).