Workshop Workshop 4 – Team Motivation - getting to ‘can do’?  For Managers and team leaders  Date: 25th April 2017 

How we work is changing. What we do, how we relate to colleagues, customers and clients; how we use existing tools and integrate new ones. Managers need time to reflect on the ‘now’ and consider future needs. Teams must be more involved; empowered to draw on expertise. To review and challenge existing norms, to harness new ways of working – to do more with less! 
F4C know time is finite. But getting to ‘can do’ is a culture change for managers and their teams. The 2017 open programme starts with six themed modules focusing on key management issues pertinent to the changing workplace. 
Workshops (0930 – 1230) are led by experienced management and communication facilitators. £150 plus VAT. Located with ample parking just off the A12 at Junction 25 (Marks Tey), these workshops allow a quick return to the work hub. 
Workshop Workshop 4 – Team Motivation - getting to ‘can do’? 
For Managers and team leaders 
Date: 25th April 2017 
Overview: How we work is changing and today’s business climate demands an open and flexible response to new and different ways of working. Staff are a key resource and how they adapt to new challenges reflects on both the manager and the organisation. 
Encouraging teams to draw on expertise to problem-solve and work smarter will not only improve overall efficiency but bring a sense of achievement – a positive motivating factor. 
Not all teams are able to respond to working inclusively; for many it may be a complete culture change. This workshop will address key issues. 
On completion managers will: 
• Consider – are they really a team? 
• Review the overall team mix 
• Identify team experience and limitations 
• Review team meetings as a communication tool 
• Identify if the team use expertise to problem-solve. If not what development is required 
• Understand teams must be empowered to take decisions. 
• Understand the need as a manager to delegate 
• Develop an action list (to do now, items to discuss/research) 

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