Experts in Change Adoption and Training
Duration 1 – 2 day(s)
The ability to communicate effectively is the basis of all successful relationships, whether they are personal or professional. And in teams, when there are multiple people working towards a common goal, the ability to communicate is even more important.
Teams that communicate well complete projects in a quicker and more efficient way than those that don’t. Effective communication also allows team members to understand their roles and the roles of everyone else on the team, enabling understanding of responsibilities and accountabilities.
When teams don’t communicate effectively, they waste time and energy. This can cause misunderstandings, frustration for all involved and lead to employee disengagement and dissatisfaction.
With teams being an important building block of successful organisations, it simply makes sense to invest in their communication skills to boost workplace morale and improve productivity, thus improving performance and results.
This training, delivered by Glass Rock Solutions, ensures that participants walk away with practical tools, suggestions and ideas to improve their communication skills.
The team will complete profiling to access custom strategies for their team development.
This workshop, delivered by Glass Rock Solutions, is designed for any team within an organisation where team effectiveness matters and impacts results and outcomes within the team or organisation. This training is also relevant to cross-functional teams.
By the end of this program, participants will:
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