Leading and Managing Teams
Leading and Managing Teams
Sunway Putra Hotel, Kuala Lumpur
April 25 - 26, 2018
A well-managed team has enormous capacity to drive organizational progress, yet leading and managing a high performing team can be an exhilarating or exasperating experience and is one of the most complex challenges confronting any leader.
But truly effective teams rarely just happen. Todays’ effective and high performing teams need not only members with technical competency and intelligence, but a team which is built on a shared vision, trust, commitment, accountability, candid conversations and collaboration. A leader that manages the intricacies of these team dynamics well can drive an organization to achieve breakthrough results and sustain team performance over time.
Register for the program by completing the registration form and submit to:
Charles River Centre Sdn Bhd
No. 5, Jalan Universiti
Bandar Sunway,47500 Selangor Darul Ehsan
HRDF: SBL Claimable - subject to PSMB terms and conditions
Participants graduate with:
- Develop better understanding of the key componentsto consider when building high performing teams
- Gain hands-on experience in building skills atlistening and offering and receiving feedback
- Enhance their decision-making and problem-solvings kills
- Learn the value of diversity and how to bridge differences
- Learn about your own leadership capabilities and identify areas of strength and opportunity
Teams that are committed to performing more effectively.
Teams that are committed to the development process: that are open and welcoming of specific, direct feedback around both current areas of strength and current areas of development, at both a team, and an individual level.
Individuals seeking to improve the effectiveness of teams in their organizations.
Participants will spend the majority of the two days in action, repeatedly engaging in team tasks with their fellow participants and receiving continuous feedback from both participants and coaches around their effectiveness at these behaviors. It is through repeated practice that both participants and participant teams build their understanding of best practice team behavior and their effectiveness as a team.
Professor Michael C. Jenner
University of Sydney Business School
Professor Mike Jenner is the founder of in•flu•ence leadership development consulting. He has an MBA from the Harvard Business School and a B. Eng in Production Engineering and Management from the University of Bath, England.
Prof Jenner has frequently been engaged as a professor of leadership. He has had academic engagements at the Booth School of Business, Chicago, the University of Sydney and the Australian Graduate School of Management. He was the top ranked faculty member at each of the business schools. At Sydney, every iteration of his Leadership Practice and Development course was awarded a Dean’s Citation for Teaching Excellence. He has received the top teaching award at all three Universities.
in•flu•ence’s primary focus is the design and delivery of leadership development seminars for the executives of its multinational clients which include organisations in Australia, Europe and US Fortune 500 companies. in•flu•ence prides itself on its expertise working equally effectively in the executive suite and on the management front line. Clients have included CEOs and Managing Partners all the way through to newly minted MBAs.
Prof Jenner also has extensive experience in change leadership, executive coaching, career management, personal effectiveness and other people-centric coaching projects.
When not coaching or teaching, Prof Jenner is either playing in a croquet tournament somewhere across the globe or uncovering the joys of parenthood with his 15-year old daughter and 13-year old son. At the former he is world-ranked, at the latter he occasionally feels in need of remedial training.
All fees are due prior to collection of program materials. Program materials are available for collection by participants in Bandar Sunway from CRC’s office a week before the commencement of program. Participants who do not collect their program materials will receive them at time of registration.
All cancellation must be submitted in writing to CRC prior to commencement of program to receive a full refund and subject to the following:
• 30 days prior to commencement - full refund
• Less than 21 days prior to commencement - 50% refund
• Less than 14 days prior to commencement - no refund, substitution is allowed provided CRC is notified in writing
Filming, video recording or photograph-taking while the program is in session is strictly prohibited.