Team Facilitation: The Core Skill of Great Team Leaders

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Course Description

If you are an entrepreneur, a manager wanting to move up in responsibility, or someone who simply wants to work well with others, this course provides the essential skills of leading teams. You cannot succeed today without the skills of leading groups well.

The instructor has been developing teams and team leaders, from the CEO's of Fortune 500 companies, to front line teams in manufacturing plants, for the past forty years. He is the author of ten books on teams, leadership and lean management. He has worked with Honda and Toyota, Shell Oil Company, American Express and dozens of other corporations as well as small start ups. He has been the CEO of a consulting firm for twenty five years. In other words, he has a great deal of experience in team leadership and facilitation.

This course provides all of the essential skills of creating unity of energy and effort on a team; bring the team to consensus; and conducting virtual team meetings.

This course provides the knowledge and skills that will be essential to your capability as a leader.

Purpose & Objectives:

  1. To contribute to your success as a manager by becoming a great team leader.

  2. To enable you to bring out the best from your team;

  3. to harvest the collective wisdom of your team members;

  4. and to lead team meetings in which all participants feel heard, decision based on the wisdom of the team;

  5. and action plans are developed and followed to results.

Sections of the Course:

1.Introduction

2.8 Essential Skills

3.Choosing a Decision Style

4.Dialogue: Thinking Together

5.Effective Listening Skills

6.Giving and Receiving Feedback

7.Virtual Team Facilitation

Who this course is for:

  • This course is for anyone who currently or in the future will lead teams and who wishes to improve their facilitation, communication, and decision-making skills.

Course content

8 sections • 33 lectures • 3h 59m total length
  • Resources
    01:46
  • Assignment #1: Behavior Observation and Reinforcement
    06:12

Expected Outcomes

  1. 1. To gain an understanding of the essential skills and behavior of effective team leaders. 2. To practice those behaviors that lead to optimum participation and commitment to action by team members. 3. To learn the critical listening skills that are essential to all personal communications and to team leadership. 4. To understand when and how to use each of three decision-making styles: command, consultative and consensus. 5. To learn how to both give and receive feedback, or “straight-talk”, in a manner that leads of learning and continuous improvement. 6. To learn the critical skills of effective leading virtual teams to effective performance. Curated for the Udemy Business collection Requirements They should give consideration what to what type of team they are leading, who the members are, and some assessment or observation of the teams strengths and weaknesses. Description If you are an entrepreneur, a manager wanting to move up in responsibility, or someone who simply wants to work well with others, this course provides the essential skills of leading teams. You cannot succeed today without the skills of leading groups well. The instructor has been developing teams and team leaders, from the CEO's of Fortune 500 companies, to front line teams in manufacturing plants, for the past forty years. He is the author of ten books on teams, leadership and lean management. He has worked with Honda and Toyota, Shell Oil Company, American Express and dozens of other corporations as well as small start ups. He has been the CEO of a consulting firm for twenty five years. In other words, he has a great deal of experience in team leadership and facilitation. This course provides all of the essential skills of creating unity of energy and effort on a team; bring the team to consensus; and conducting virtual team meetings. This course provides the knowledge and skills that will be essential to your capability as a leader. Purpose & Objectives: To contribute to your success as a manager by becoming a great team leader. To enable you to bring out the best from your team; to harvest the collective wisdom of your team members; and to lead team meetings in which all participants feel heard, decision based on the wisdom of the team; and action plans are developed and followed to results. Sections of the Course: 1. Introduction 2. 8 Essential Skills 3. Choosing a Decision Style 4. Dialogue: Thinking Together 5. Effective Listening Skills 6. Giving and Receiving Feedback 7. Virtual Team Facilitation Who this course is for: This course is for anyone who currently or in the future will lead teams and who wishes to improve their facilitation, communication, and decision-making skills. Show more Show less Course content 8 sections • 33 lectures • 3h 59m total length Expand all sections Introduction 5 lectures • 31min Introduction to Team Facilitation Preview 06:25 What is Facilitation? Preview 12:52 Introduction to the Resources Preview 03:29 Resources 01:46 Assignment #1: Behavior Observation and Reinforcement 06:12 The Eight Essential Facilitation Skills 11 lectures • 1hr 3min The Eight Skills - Organizing 14:02 The Eight Skills - Clarifying 05:37 The Eight Skills - Reflecting 05:54 The Eight Skills - Motivating 04:49 The Eight Skills - Comforting 07:06 The Eight Skills - Controlling 03:53 Essential Skills 1 5 questions Concluding A Topic or Meeting 04:23 Assignment # 2: Facilitation Skills Practice 01:33 Resolving Conflicts within the Team 06:09 Resolving Conflicts 2 07:26 Assignment #3: Practice Resolving Conflicts 02:11 Essential Skills 2 5 questions How to Choose A Decision Making Style 2 lectures • 28min Clarifying Decision Styles 13:50 How to Reach Consensus 13:55 Decision Making Styles 5 questions Dialogue: Learning to Think Together Rather than Alone 3 lectures • 35min Dialogue versus Debate 13:08 Dialogue: Behavioral Characteristics 18:54 Assignment #4: Are You in Dialogue or Debate 02:44 Effective Listening Skills 6 lectures • 41min Body Language 07:00 Asking Open-ended Questions 07:16 Reflective Listening 07:48 Expressing Empathy 07:49 Acknowledging and Using Silence 08:57 Effective Listening Skills 5 questions Assignment #5: Coaching Effective Listening Skills 01:41 Giving and Receiving Feedback - "Straight Talk" 3 lectures • 23min "Straight Talk" - A Model for Giving Feedback 14:14 "Straight Talk" - A Model for Receiving Feedback 07:22 Giving and Receiving Feedback - "Straight Talk" 5 questions Assignment #6: Practice Giving and Receiving Feedback 01:22 Virtual Team Facilitation 2 lectures • 18min Facilitating Virtual Meetings - Pre and Post Work 09:35 Fourteen Tips for Great Virtual Meetings 08:15 Virtual Team Facilitation 5 questions Summary of Team Facilitation and Communication 1 lecture • 2min Summary and Actions 01:31 Instructor Lawrence M. Miller, Institute for Leadership Excellence Best Selling Instructor, Author & Leadership Coach 4.5 Instructor Rating 47,405 Reviews 147,181 Students 17 Courses Larry Miller is now teaching more than one-hundred forty thousand students in more than 190 countries on Udemy, is the author of eleven books, and has forty years of experience consulting with major corporations. Several of his courses on management and leadership are best selling courses. ... in their category and have been adopted by major corporations as part of their leadership development and lean culture implementaton process. For the past forty years he has worked to improve the performance of organizations and the skills of their leaders. His expertise is derived from hands on experience creating change in the culture of more than a hundred organizations. He began his work in youth prisons after recognizing that the learning system in the organization had exactly the opposite of its intended effect – increasing, rather than decreasing, dysfunctional behavior. For four years he worked to redesign the prison system by establishing the first free- economy behind prison walls, where each inmate had to pay rent, maintain a checking account, and pay for everything he desired. This was his first organizational transformation. He has been consulting, writing and speaking about business organization and culture since 1973. After ten years with another consulting firm, he formed his own firm, the Miller Howard Consulting Group in 1983. In 1998 he sold his firm to Towers Perrin, an international human resource consulting firm and became a Principal of that firm. In 1999 he left that firm to focus on solo consulting projects. He and his firm were one of the early proponents of team-based management and worked with many clients to implement Team Management from the senior executive team to include every level and every employee in the organization. The Team Management process created a company of business managers, with every employee focused on continuous improvement of business performance. In addition to directing the overall change process, Mr. Miller personally coached the senior management team of many of his clients. The implementation of Team Management led to the realization that the whole-system of the organization needed to be redesigned to create alignment so all systems, structure, skills, style and symbols support the same goals and culture. From this realization he developed the process of Whole System Architecture that is a high involvement method of rethinking all of the systems, structures and culture of the organization. Among his consulting clients have been 3M, Corning, Shell Oil Company, Amoco and Texaco, Shell Chemicals, Air Canada and Varig Airlines, Eastman Chemicals, Xerox, Harris Corporation, McDonald's and Chick-fil-A, Merck and Upjohn Pharmaceuticals, United Technologies, Metropolitan Life and Landmark Communications. Mr. Miller has authored eleven books, among them American Spirit: Visions of A New Corporate Culture, which was the text for Honda of America's course on their values and culture; and Barbarians to Bureaucrats: Corporate Life Cycle Strategies, which draws on The history Of the rise and fall of civilizations to illustrate the patterns of leadership and evolution in corporate cultures. Most recently he authored Getting to Lean – Transformational Change Management that draws on the best change management practices such as socio-technical system design, appreciative inquiry He has also authored, and systems thinking or learning organizations to provide a road map to transforming organizations.Team Kata --Your Guide to Becoming A High Performing Team, the core human process of lean organizations. Most recently he published The Lean Coach that corresponds to his course on Coaching Leaders for Success. He has appeared on the Today Show, CNN, made Many appearances on CNBC, has written for The New York Times and been the subject of a feature story in Industry Week magazine. He was recently the subject of articles in Fast Company and Inc. Magazine. 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  2. 2. To practice those behaviors that lead to optimum participation and commitment to action by team members. 3. To learn the critical listening skills that are essential to all personal communications and to team leadership. 4. To understand when and how to use each of three decision-making styles: command, consultative and consensus. 5. To learn how to both give and receive feedback, or “straight-talk”, in a manner that leads of learning and continuous improvement. 6. To learn the critical skills of effective leading virtual teams to effective performance. Curated for the Udemy Business collection Requirements They should give consideration what to what type of team they are leading, who the members are, and some assessment or observation of the teams strengths and weaknesses. Description If you are an entrepreneur, a manager wanting to move up in responsibility, or someone who simply wants to work well with others, this course provides the essential skills of leading teams. You cannot succeed today without the skills of leading groups well. The instructor has been developing teams and team leaders, from the CEO's of Fortune 500 companies, to front line teams in manufacturing plants, for the past forty years. He is the author of ten books on teams, leadership and lean management. He has worked with Honda and Toyota, Shell Oil Company, American Express and dozens of other corporations as well as small start ups. He has been the CEO of a consulting firm for twenty five years. In other words, he has a great deal of experience in team leadership and facilitation. This course provides all of the essential skills of creating unity of energy and effort on a team; bring the team to consensus; and conducting virtual team meetings. This course provides the knowledge and skills that will be essential to your capability as a leader. Purpose & Objectives: To contribute to your success as a manager by becoming a great team leader. To enable you to bring out the best from your team; to harvest the collective wisdom of your team members; and to lead team meetings in which all participants feel heard, decision based on the wisdom of the team; and action plans are developed and followed to results. Sections of the Course: 1. Introduction 2. 8 Essential Skills 3. Choosing a Decision Style 4. Dialogue: Thinking Together 5. Effective Listening Skills 6. Giving and Receiving Feedback 7. Virtual Team Facilitation Who this course is for: This course is for anyone who currently or in the future will lead teams and who wishes to improve their facilitation, communication, and decision-making skills. Show more Show less Course content 8 sections • 33 lectures • 3h 59m total length Expand all sections Introduction 5 lectures • 31min Introduction to Team Facilitation Preview 06:25 What is Facilitation? Preview 12:52 Introduction to the Resources Preview 03:29 Resources 01:46 Assignment #1: Behavior Observation and Reinforcement 06:12 The Eight Essential Facilitation Skills 11 lectures • 1hr 3min The Eight Skills - Organizing 14:02 The Eight Skills - Clarifying 05:37 The Eight Skills - Reflecting 05:54 The Eight Skills - Motivating 04:49 The Eight Skills - Comforting 07:06 The Eight Skills - Controlling 03:53 Essential Skills 1 5 questions Concluding A Topic or Meeting 04:23 Assignment # 2: Facilitation Skills Practice 01:33 Resolving Conflicts within the Team 06:09 Resolving Conflicts 2 07:26 Assignment #3: Practice Resolving Conflicts 02:11 Essential Skills 2 5 questions How to Choose A Decision Making Style 2 lectures • 28min Clarifying Decision Styles 13:50 How to Reach Consensus 13:55 Decision Making Styles 5 questions Dialogue: Learning to Think Together Rather than Alone 3 lectures • 35min Dialogue versus Debate 13:08 Dialogue: Behavioral Characteristics 18:54 Assignment #4: Are You in Dialogue or Debate 02:44 Effective Listening Skills 6 lectures • 41min Body Language 07:00 Asking Open-ended Questions 07:16 Reflective Listening 07:48 Expressing Empathy 07:49 Acknowledging and Using Silence 08:57 Effective Listening Skills 5 questions Assignment #5: Coaching Effective Listening Skills 01:41 Giving and Receiving Feedback - "Straight Talk" 3 lectures • 23min "Straight Talk" - A Model for Giving Feedback 14:14 "Straight Talk" - A Model for Receiving Feedback 07:22 Giving and Receiving Feedback - "Straight Talk" 5 questions Assignment #6: Practice Giving and Receiving Feedback 01:22 Virtual Team Facilitation 2 lectures • 18min Facilitating Virtual Meetings - Pre and Post Work 09:35 Fourteen Tips for Great Virtual Meetings 08:15 Virtual Team Facilitation 5 questions Summary of Team Facilitation and Communication 1 lecture • 2min Summary and Actions 01:31 Instructor Lawrence M. Miller, Institute for Leadership Excellence Best Selling Instructor, Author & Leadership Coach 4.5 Instructor Rating 47,405 Reviews 147,181 Students 17 Courses Larry Miller is now teaching more than one-hundred forty thousand students in more than 190 countries on Udemy, is the author of eleven books, and has forty years of experience consulting with major corporations. Several of his courses on management and leadership are best selling courses. ... in their category and have been adopted by major corporations as part of their leadership development and lean culture implementaton process. For the past forty years he has worked to improve the performance of organizations and the skills of their leaders. His expertise is derived from hands on experience creating change in the culture of more than a hundred organizations. He began his work in youth prisons after recognizing that the learning system in the organization had exactly the opposite of its intended effect – increasing, rather than decreasing, dysfunctional behavior. For four years he worked to redesign the prison system by establishing the first free- economy behind prison walls, where each inmate had to pay rent, maintain a checking account, and pay for everything he desired. This was his first organizational transformation. He has been consulting, writing and speaking about business organization and culture since 1973. After ten years with another consulting firm, he formed his own firm, the Miller Howard Consulting Group in 1983. In 1998 he sold his firm to Towers Perrin, an international human resource consulting firm and became a Principal of that firm. In 1999 he left that firm to focus on solo consulting projects. He and his firm were one of the early proponents of team-based management and worked with many clients to implement Team Management from the senior executive team to include every level and every employee in the organization. The Team Management process created a company of business managers, with every employee focused on continuous improvement of business performance. In addition to directing the overall change process, Mr. Miller personally coached the senior management team of many of his clients. The implementation of Team Management led to the realization that the whole-system of the organization needed to be redesigned to create alignment so all systems, structure, skills, style and symbols support the same goals and culture. From this realization he developed the process of Whole System Architecture that is a high involvement method of rethinking all of the systems, structures and culture of the organization. Among his consulting clients have been 3M, Corning, Shell Oil Company, Amoco and Texaco, Shell Chemicals, Air Canada and Varig Airlines, Eastman Chemicals, Xerox, Harris Corporation, McDonald's and Chick-fil-A, Merck and Upjohn Pharmaceuticals, United Technologies, Metropolitan Life and Landmark Communications. Mr. Miller has authored eleven books, among them American Spirit: Visions of A New Corporate Culture, which was the text for Honda of America's course on their values and culture; and Barbarians to Bureaucrats: Corporate Life Cycle Strategies, which draws on The history Of the rise and fall of civilizations to illustrate the patterns of leadership and evolution in corporate cultures. Most recently he authored Getting to Lean – Transformational Change Management that draws on the best change management practices such as socio-technical system design, appreciative inquiry He has also authored, and systems thinking or learning organizations to provide a road map to transforming organizations.Team Kata --Your Guide to Becoming A High Performing Team, the core human process of lean organizations. Most recently he published The Lean Coach that corresponds to his course on Coaching Leaders for Success. He has appeared on the Today Show, CNN, made Many appearances on CNBC, has written for The New York Times and been the subject of a feature story in Industry Week magazine. He was recently the subject of articles in Fast Company and Inc. Magazine. 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  3. 3. To learn the critical listening skills that are essential to all personal communications and to team leadership. 4. To understand when and how to use each of three decision-making styles: command, consultative and consensus. 5. To learn how to both give and receive feedback, or “straight-talk”, in a manner that leads of learning and continuous improvement. 6. To learn the critical skills of effective leading virtual teams to effective performance. Curated for the Udemy Business collection Requirements They should give consideration what to what type of team they are leading, who the members are, and some assessment or observation of the teams strengths and weaknesses. Description If you are an entrepreneur, a manager wanting to move up in responsibility, or someone who simply wants to work well with others, this course provides the essential skills of leading teams. You cannot succeed today without the skills of leading groups well. The instructor has been developing teams and team leaders, from the CEO's of Fortune 500 companies, to front line teams in manufacturing plants, for the past forty years. He is the author of ten books on teams, leadership and lean management. He has worked with Honda and Toyota, Shell Oil Company, American Express and dozens of other corporations as well as small start ups. He has been the CEO of a consulting firm for twenty five years. In other words, he has a great deal of experience in team leadership and facilitation. This course provides all of the essential skills of creating unity of energy and effort on a team; bring the team to consensus; and conducting virtual team meetings. This course provides the knowledge and skills that will be essential to your capability as a leader. Purpose & Objectives: To contribute to your success as a manager by becoming a great team leader. To enable you to bring out the best from your team; to harvest the collective wisdom of your team members; and to lead team meetings in which all participants feel heard, decision based on the wisdom of the team; and action plans are developed and followed to results. Sections of the Course: 1. Introduction 2. 8 Essential Skills 3. Choosing a Decision Style 4. Dialogue: Thinking Together 5. Effective Listening Skills 6. Giving and Receiving Feedback 7. Virtual Team Facilitation Who this course is for: This course is for anyone who currently or in the future will lead teams and who wishes to improve their facilitation, communication, and decision-making skills. Show more Show less Course content 8 sections • 33 lectures • 3h 59m total length Expand all sections Introduction 5 lectures • 31min Introduction to Team Facilitation Preview 06:25 What is Facilitation? Preview 12:52 Introduction to the Resources Preview 03:29 Resources 01:46 Assignment #1: Behavior Observation and Reinforcement 06:12 The Eight Essential Facilitation Skills 11 lectures • 1hr 3min The Eight Skills - Organizing 14:02 The Eight Skills - Clarifying 05:37 The Eight Skills - Reflecting 05:54 The Eight Skills - Motivating 04:49 The Eight Skills - Comforting 07:06 The Eight Skills - Controlling 03:53 Essential Skills 1 5 questions Concluding A Topic or Meeting 04:23 Assignment # 2: Facilitation Skills Practice 01:33 Resolving Conflicts within the Team 06:09 Resolving Conflicts 2 07:26 Assignment #3: Practice Resolving Conflicts 02:11 Essential Skills 2 5 questions How to Choose A Decision Making Style 2 lectures • 28min Clarifying Decision Styles 13:50 How to Reach Consensus 13:55 Decision Making Styles 5 questions Dialogue: Learning to Think Together Rather than Alone 3 lectures • 35min Dialogue versus Debate 13:08 Dialogue: Behavioral Characteristics 18:54 Assignment #4: Are You in Dialogue or Debate 02:44 Effective Listening Skills 6 lectures • 41min Body Language 07:00 Asking Open-ended Questions 07:16 Reflective Listening 07:48 Expressing Empathy 07:49 Acknowledging and Using Silence 08:57 Effective Listening Skills 5 questions Assignment #5: Coaching Effective Listening Skills 01:41 Giving and Receiving Feedback - "Straight Talk" 3 lectures • 23min "Straight Talk" - A Model for Giving Feedback 14:14 "Straight Talk" - A Model for Receiving Feedback 07:22 Giving and Receiving Feedback - "Straight Talk" 5 questions Assignment #6: Practice Giving and Receiving Feedback 01:22 Virtual Team Facilitation 2 lectures • 18min Facilitating Virtual Meetings - Pre and Post Work 09:35 Fourteen Tips for Great Virtual Meetings 08:15 Virtual Team Facilitation 5 questions Summary of Team Facilitation and Communication 1 lecture • 2min Summary and Actions 01:31 Instructor Lawrence M. Miller, Institute for Leadership Excellence Best Selling Instructor, Author & Leadership Coach 4.5 Instructor Rating 47,405 Reviews 147,181 Students 17 Courses Larry Miller is now teaching more than one-hundred forty thousand students in more than 190 countries on Udemy, is the author of eleven books, and has forty years of experience consulting with major corporations. Several of his courses on management and leadership are best selling courses. ... in their category and have been adopted by major corporations as part of their leadership development and lean culture implementaton process. For the past forty years he has worked to improve the performance of organizations and the skills of their leaders. His expertise is derived from hands on experience creating change in the culture of more than a hundred organizations. He began his work in youth prisons after recognizing that the learning system in the organization had exactly the opposite of its intended effect – increasing, rather than decreasing, dysfunctional behavior. For four years he worked to redesign the prison system by establishing the first free- economy behind prison walls, where each inmate had to pay rent, maintain a checking account, and pay for everything he desired. This was his first organizational transformation. He has been consulting, writing and speaking about business organization and culture since 1973. After ten years with another consulting firm, he formed his own firm, the Miller Howard Consulting Group in 1983. In 1998 he sold his firm to Towers Perrin, an international human resource consulting firm and became a Principal of that firm. In 1999 he left that firm to focus on solo consulting projects. He and his firm were one of the early proponents of team-based management and worked with many clients to implement Team Management from the senior executive team to include every level and every employee in the organization. The Team Management process created a company of business managers, with every employee focused on continuous improvement of business performance. In addition to directing the overall change process, Mr. Miller personally coached the senior management team of many of his clients. The implementation of Team Management led to the realization that the whole-system of the organization needed to be redesigned to create alignment so all systems, structure, skills, style and symbols support the same goals and culture. From this realization he developed the process of Whole System Architecture that is a high involvement method of rethinking all of the systems, structures and culture of the organization. Among his consulting clients have been 3M, Corning, Shell Oil Company, Amoco and Texaco, Shell Chemicals, Air Canada and Varig Airlines, Eastman Chemicals, Xerox, Harris Corporation, McDonald's and Chick-fil-A, Merck and Upjohn Pharmaceuticals, United Technologies, Metropolitan Life and Landmark Communications. Mr. Miller has authored eleven books, among them American Spirit: Visions of A New Corporate Culture, which was the text for Honda of America's course on their values and culture; and Barbarians to Bureaucrats: Corporate Life Cycle Strategies, which draws on The history Of the rise and fall of civilizations to illustrate the patterns of leadership and evolution in corporate cultures. Most recently he authored Getting to Lean – Transformational Change Management that draws on the best change management practices such as socio-technical system design, appreciative inquiry He has also authored, and systems thinking or learning organizations to provide a road map to transforming organizations.Team Kata --Your Guide to Becoming A High Performing Team, the core human process of lean organizations. Most recently he published The Lean Coach that corresponds to his course on Coaching Leaders for Success. He has appeared on the Today Show, CNN, made Many appearances on CNBC, has written for The New York Times and been the subject of a feature story in Industry Week magazine. He was recently the subject of articles in Fast Company and Inc. Magazine. 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  4. 4. To understand when and how to use each of three decision-making styles: command, consultative and consensus. 5. To learn how to both give and receive feedback, or “straight-talk”, in a manner that leads of learning and continuous improvement. 6. To learn the critical skills of effective leading virtual teams to effective performance. Curated for the Udemy Business collection Requirements They should give consideration what to what type of team they are leading, who the members are, and some assessment or observation of the teams strengths and weaknesses. Description If you are an entrepreneur, a manager wanting to move up in responsibility, or someone who simply wants to work well with others, this course provides the essential skills of leading teams. You cannot succeed today without the skills of leading groups well. The instructor has been developing teams and team leaders, from the CEO's of Fortune 500 companies, to front line teams in manufacturing plants, for the past forty years. He is the author of ten books on teams, leadership and lean management. He has worked with Honda and Toyota, Shell Oil Company, American Express and dozens of other corporations as well as small start ups. He has been the CEO of a consulting firm for twenty five years. In other words, he has a great deal of experience in team leadership and facilitation. This course provides all of the essential skills of creating unity of energy and effort on a team; bring the team to consensus; and conducting virtual team meetings. This course provides the knowledge and skills that will be essential to your capability as a leader. Purpose & Objectives: To contribute to your success as a manager by becoming a great team leader. To enable you to bring out the best from your team; to harvest the collective wisdom of your team members; and to lead team meetings in which all participants feel heard, decision based on the wisdom of the team; and action plans are developed and followed to results. Sections of the Course: 1. Introduction 2. 8 Essential Skills 3. Choosing a Decision Style 4. Dialogue: Thinking Together 5. Effective Listening Skills 6. Giving and Receiving Feedback 7. Virtual Team Facilitation Who this course is for: This course is for anyone who currently or in the future will lead teams and who wishes to improve their facilitation, communication, and decision-making skills. Show more Show less Course content 8 sections • 33 lectures • 3h 59m total length Expand all sections Introduction 5 lectures • 31min Introduction to Team Facilitation Preview 06:25 What is Facilitation? Preview 12:52 Introduction to the Resources Preview 03:29 Resources 01:46 Assignment #1: Behavior Observation and Reinforcement 06:12 The Eight Essential Facilitation Skills 11 lectures • 1hr 3min The Eight Skills - Organizing 14:02 The Eight Skills - Clarifying 05:37 The Eight Skills - Reflecting 05:54 The Eight Skills - Motivating 04:49 The Eight Skills - Comforting 07:06 The Eight Skills - Controlling 03:53 Essential Skills 1 5 questions Concluding A Topic or Meeting 04:23 Assignment # 2: Facilitation Skills Practice 01:33 Resolving Conflicts within the Team 06:09 Resolving Conflicts 2 07:26 Assignment #3: Practice Resolving Conflicts 02:11 Essential Skills 2 5 questions How to Choose A Decision Making Style 2 lectures • 28min Clarifying Decision Styles 13:50 How to Reach Consensus 13:55 Decision Making Styles 5 questions Dialogue: Learning to Think Together Rather than Alone 3 lectures • 35min Dialogue versus Debate 13:08 Dialogue: Behavioral Characteristics 18:54 Assignment #4: Are You in Dialogue or Debate 02:44 Effective Listening Skills 6 lectures • 41min Body Language 07:00 Asking Open-ended Questions 07:16 Reflective Listening 07:48 Expressing Empathy 07:49 Acknowledging and Using Silence 08:57 Effective Listening Skills 5 questions Assignment #5: Coaching Effective Listening Skills 01:41 Giving and Receiving Feedback - "Straight Talk" 3 lectures • 23min "Straight Talk" - A Model for Giving Feedback 14:14 "Straight Talk" - A Model for Receiving Feedback 07:22 Giving and Receiving Feedback - "Straight Talk" 5 questions Assignment #6: Practice Giving and Receiving Feedback 01:22 Virtual Team Facilitation 2 lectures • 18min Facilitating Virtual Meetings - Pre and Post Work 09:35 Fourteen Tips for Great Virtual Meetings 08:15 Virtual Team Facilitation 5 questions Summary of Team Facilitation and Communication 1 lecture • 2min Summary and Actions 01:31 Instructor Lawrence M. Miller, Institute for Leadership Excellence Best Selling Instructor, Author & Leadership Coach 4.5 Instructor Rating 47,405 Reviews 147,181 Students 17 Courses Larry Miller is now teaching more than one-hundred forty thousand students in more than 190 countries on Udemy, is the author of eleven books, and has forty years of experience consulting with major corporations. Several of his courses on management and leadership are best selling courses. ... in their category and have been adopted by major corporations as part of their leadership development and lean culture implementaton process. For the past forty years he has worked to improve the performance of organizations and the skills of their leaders. His expertise is derived from hands on experience creating change in the culture of more than a hundred organizations. He began his work in youth prisons after recognizing that the learning system in the organization had exactly the opposite of its intended effect – increasing, rather than decreasing, dysfunctional behavior. For four years he worked to redesign the prison system by establishing the first free- economy behind prison walls, where each inmate had to pay rent, maintain a checking account, and pay for everything he desired. This was his first organizational transformation. He has been consulting, writing and speaking about business organization and culture since 1973. After ten years with another consulting firm, he formed his own firm, the Miller Howard Consulting Group in 1983. In 1998 he sold his firm to Towers Perrin, an international human resource consulting firm and became a Principal of that firm. In 1999 he left that firm to focus on solo consulting projects. He and his firm were one of the early proponents of team-based management and worked with many clients to implement Team Management from the senior executive team to include every level and every employee in the organization. The Team Management process created a company of business managers, with every employee focused on continuous improvement of business performance. In addition to directing the overall change process, Mr. Miller personally coached the senior management team of many of his clients. The implementation of Team Management led to the realization that the whole-system of the organization needed to be redesigned to create alignment so all systems, structure, skills, style and symbols support the same goals and culture. From this realization he developed the process of Whole System Architecture that is a high involvement method of rethinking all of the systems, structures and culture of the organization. Among his consulting clients have been 3M, Corning, Shell Oil Company, Amoco and Texaco, Shell Chemicals, Air Canada and Varig Airlines, Eastman Chemicals, Xerox, Harris Corporation, McDonald's and Chick-fil-A, Merck and Upjohn Pharmaceuticals, United Technologies, Metropolitan Life and Landmark Communications. Mr. Miller has authored eleven books, among them American Spirit: Visions of A New Corporate Culture, which was the text for Honda of America's course on their values and culture; and Barbarians to Bureaucrats: Corporate Life Cycle Strategies, which draws on The history Of the rise and fall of civilizations to illustrate the patterns of leadership and evolution in corporate cultures. Most recently he authored Getting to Lean – Transformational Change Management that draws on the best change management practices such as socio-technical system design, appreciative inquiry He has also authored, and systems thinking or learning organizations to provide a road map to transforming organizations.Team Kata --Your Guide to Becoming A High Performing Team, the core human process of lean organizations. Most recently he published The Lean Coach that corresponds to his course on Coaching Leaders for Success. He has appeared on the Today Show, CNN, made Many appearances on CNBC, has written for The New York Times and been the subject of a feature story in Industry Week magazine. He was recently the subject of articles in Fast Company and Inc. Magazine. 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  5. 5. To learn how to both give and receive feedback, or “straight-talk”, in a manner that leads of learning and continuous improvement. 6. To learn the critical skills of effective leading virtual teams to effective performance. Curated for the Udemy Business collection Requirements They should give consideration what to what type of team they are leading, who the members are, and some assessment or observation of the teams strengths and weaknesses. Description If you are an entrepreneur, a manager wanting to move up in responsibility, or someone who simply wants to work well with others, this course provides the essential skills of leading teams. You cannot succeed today without the skills of leading groups well. The instructor has been developing teams and team leaders, from the CEO's of Fortune 500 companies, to front line teams in manufacturing plants, for the past forty years. He is the author of ten books on teams, leadership and lean management. He has worked with Honda and Toyota, Shell Oil Company, American Express and dozens of other corporations as well as small start ups. He has been the CEO of a consulting firm for twenty five years. In other words, he has a great deal of experience in team leadership and facilitation. This course provides all of the essential skills of creating unity of energy and effort on a team; bring the team to consensus; and conducting virtual team meetings. This course provides the knowledge and skills that will be essential to your capability as a leader. Purpose & Objectives: To contribute to your success as a manager by becoming a great team leader. To enable you to bring out the best from your team; to harvest the collective wisdom of your team members; and to lead team meetings in which all participants feel heard, decision based on the wisdom of the team; and action plans are developed and followed to results. Sections of the Course: 1. Introduction 2. 8 Essential Skills 3. Choosing a Decision Style 4. Dialogue: Thinking Together 5. Effective Listening Skills 6. Giving and Receiving Feedback 7. Virtual Team Facilitation Who this course is for: This course is for anyone who currently or in the future will lead teams and who wishes to improve their facilitation, communication, and decision-making skills. Show more Show less Course content 8 sections • 33 lectures • 3h 59m total length Expand all sections Introduction 5 lectures • 31min Introduction to Team Facilitation Preview 06:25 What is Facilitation? Preview 12:52 Introduction to the Resources Preview 03:29 Resources 01:46 Assignment #1: Behavior Observation and Reinforcement 06:12 The Eight Essential Facilitation Skills 11 lectures • 1hr 3min The Eight Skills - Organizing 14:02 The Eight Skills - Clarifying 05:37 The Eight Skills - Reflecting 05:54 The Eight Skills - Motivating 04:49 The Eight Skills - Comforting 07:06 The Eight Skills - Controlling 03:53 Essential Skills 1 5 questions Concluding A Topic or Meeting 04:23 Assignment # 2: Facilitation Skills Practice 01:33 Resolving Conflicts within the Team 06:09 Resolving Conflicts 2 07:26 Assignment #3: Practice Resolving Conflicts 02:11 Essential Skills 2 5 questions How to Choose A Decision Making Style 2 lectures • 28min Clarifying Decision Styles 13:50 How to Reach Consensus 13:55 Decision Making Styles 5 questions Dialogue: Learning to Think Together Rather than Alone 3 lectures • 35min Dialogue versus Debate 13:08 Dialogue: Behavioral Characteristics 18:54 Assignment #4: Are You in Dialogue or Debate 02:44 Effective Listening Skills 6 lectures • 41min Body Language 07:00 Asking Open-ended Questions 07:16 Reflective Listening 07:48 Expressing Empathy 07:49 Acknowledging and Using Silence 08:57 Effective Listening Skills 5 questions Assignment #5: Coaching Effective Listening Skills 01:41 Giving and Receiving Feedback - "Straight Talk" 3 lectures • 23min "Straight Talk" - A Model for Giving Feedback 14:14 "Straight Talk" - A Model for Receiving Feedback 07:22 Giving and Receiving Feedback - "Straight Talk" 5 questions Assignment #6: Practice Giving and Receiving Feedback 01:22 Virtual Team Facilitation 2 lectures • 18min Facilitating Virtual Meetings - Pre and Post Work 09:35 Fourteen Tips for Great Virtual Meetings 08:15 Virtual Team Facilitation 5 questions Summary of Team Facilitation and Communication 1 lecture • 2min Summary and Actions 01:31 Instructor Lawrence M. Miller, Institute for Leadership Excellence Best Selling Instructor, Author & Leadership Coach 4.5 Instructor Rating 47,405 Reviews 147,181 Students 17 Courses Larry Miller is now teaching more than one-hundred forty thousand students in more than 190 countries on Udemy, is the author of eleven books, and has forty years of experience consulting with major corporations. Several of his courses on management and leadership are best selling courses. ... in their category and have been adopted by major corporations as part of their leadership development and lean culture implementaton process. For the past forty years he has worked to improve the performance of organizations and the skills of their leaders. His expertise is derived from hands on experience creating change in the culture of more than a hundred organizations. He began his work in youth prisons after recognizing that the learning system in the organization had exactly the opposite of its intended effect – increasing, rather than decreasing, dysfunctional behavior. For four years he worked to redesign the prison system by establishing the first free- economy behind prison walls, where each inmate had to pay rent, maintain a checking account, and pay for everything he desired. This was his first organizational transformation. He has been consulting, writing and speaking about business organization and culture since 1973. After ten years with another consulting firm, he formed his own firm, the Miller Howard Consulting Group in 1983. In 1998 he sold his firm to Towers Perrin, an international human resource consulting firm and became a Principal of that firm. In 1999 he left that firm to focus on solo consulting projects. He and his firm were one of the early proponents of team-based management and worked with many clients to implement Team Management from the senior executive team to include every level and every employee in the organization. The Team Management process created a company of business managers, with every employee focused on continuous improvement of business performance. In addition to directing the overall change process, Mr. Miller personally coached the senior management team of many of his clients. The implementation of Team Management led to the realization that the whole-system of the organization needed to be redesigned to create alignment so all systems, structure, skills, style and symbols support the same goals and culture. From this realization he developed the process of Whole System Architecture that is a high involvement method of rethinking all of the systems, structures and culture of the organization. Among his consulting clients have been 3M, Corning, Shell Oil Company, Amoco and Texaco, Shell Chemicals, Air Canada and Varig Airlines, Eastman Chemicals, Xerox, Harris Corporation, McDonald's and Chick-fil-A, Merck and Upjohn Pharmaceuticals, United Technologies, Metropolitan Life and Landmark Communications. Mr. Miller has authored eleven books, among them American Spirit: Visions of A New Corporate Culture, which was the text for Honda of America's course on their values and culture; and Barbarians to Bureaucrats: Corporate Life Cycle Strategies, which draws on The history Of the rise and fall of civilizations to illustrate the patterns of leadership and evolution in corporate cultures. Most recently he authored Getting to Lean – Transformational Change Management that draws on the best change management practices such as socio-technical system design, appreciative inquiry He has also authored, and systems thinking or learning organizations to provide a road map to transforming organizations.Team Kata --Your Guide to Becoming A High Performing Team, the core human process of lean organizations. Most recently he published The Lean Coach that corresponds to his course on Coaching Leaders for Success. He has appeared on the Today Show, CNN, made Many appearances on CNBC, has written for The New York Times and been the subject of a feature story in Industry Week magazine. He was recently the subject of articles in Fast Company and Inc. Magazine. 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  6. 6. To learn the critical skills of effective leading virtual teams to effective performance. Curated for the Udemy Business collection Requirements They should give consideration what to what type of team they are leading, who the members are, and some assessment or observation of the teams strengths and weaknesses. Description If you are an entrepreneur, a manager wanting to move up in responsibility, or someone who simply wants to work well with others, this course provides the essential skills of leading teams. You cannot succeed today without the skills of leading groups well. The instructor has been developing teams and team leaders, from the CEO's of Fortune 500 companies, to front line teams in manufacturing plants, for the past forty years. He is the author of ten books on teams, leadership and lean management. He has worked with Honda and Toyota, Shell Oil Company, American Express and dozens of other corporations as well as small start ups. He has been the CEO of a consulting firm for twenty five years. In other words, he has a great deal of experience in team leadership and facilitation. This course provides all of the essential skills of creating unity of energy and effort on a team; bring the team to consensus; and conducting virtual team meetings. This course provides the knowledge and skills that will be essential to your capability as a leader. Purpose & Objectives: To contribute to your success as a manager by becoming a great team leader. To enable you to bring out the best from your team; to harvest the collective wisdom of your team members; and to lead team meetings in which all participants feel heard, decision based on the wisdom of the team; and action plans are developed and followed to results. Sections of the Course: 1. Introduction 2. 8 Essential Skills 3. Choosing a Decision Style 4. Dialogue: Thinking Together 5. Effective Listening Skills 6. Giving and Receiving Feedback 7. Virtual Team Facilitation Who this course is for: This course is for anyone who currently or in the future will lead teams and who wishes to improve their facilitation, communication, and decision-making skills. Show more Show less Course content 8 sections • 33 lectures • 3h 59m total length Expand all sections Introduction 5 lectures • 31min Introduction to Team Facilitation Preview 06:25 What is Facilitation? Preview 12:52 Introduction to the Resources Preview 03:29 Resources 01:46 Assignment #1: Behavior Observation and Reinforcement 06:12 The Eight Essential Facilitation Skills 11 lectures • 1hr 3min The Eight Skills - Organizing 14:02 The Eight Skills - Clarifying 05:37 The Eight Skills - Reflecting 05:54 The Eight Skills - Motivating 04:49 The Eight Skills - Comforting 07:06 The Eight Skills - Controlling 03:53 Essential Skills 1 5 questions Concluding A Topic or Meeting 04:23 Assignment # 2: Facilitation Skills Practice 01:33 Resolving Conflicts within the Team 06:09 Resolving Conflicts 2 07:26 Assignment #3: Practice Resolving Conflicts 02:11 Essential Skills 2 5 questions How to Choose A Decision Making Style 2 lectures • 28min Clarifying Decision Styles 13:50 How to Reach Consensus 13:55 Decision Making Styles 5 questions Dialogue: Learning to Think Together Rather than Alone 3 lectures • 35min Dialogue versus Debate 13:08 Dialogue: Behavioral Characteristics 18:54 Assignment #4: Are You in Dialogue or Debate 02:44 Effective Listening Skills 6 lectures • 41min Body Language 07:00 Asking Open-ended Questions 07:16 Reflective Listening 07:48 Expressing Empathy 07:49 Acknowledging and Using Silence 08:57 Effective Listening Skills 5 questions Assignment #5: Coaching Effective Listening Skills 01:41 Giving and Receiving Feedback - "Straight Talk" 3 lectures • 23min "Straight Talk" - A Model for Giving Feedback 14:14 "Straight Talk" - A Model for Receiving Feedback 07:22 Giving and Receiving Feedback - "Straight Talk" 5 questions Assignment #6: Practice Giving and Receiving Feedback 01:22 Virtual Team Facilitation 2 lectures • 18min Facilitating Virtual Meetings - Pre and Post Work 09:35 Fourteen Tips for Great Virtual Meetings 08:15 Virtual Team Facilitation 5 questions Summary of Team Facilitation and Communication 1 lecture • 2min Summary and Actions 01:31 Instructor Lawrence M. Miller, Institute for Leadership Excellence Best Selling Instructor, Author & Leadership Coach 4.5 Instructor Rating 47,405 Reviews 147,181 Students 17 Courses Larry Miller is now teaching more than one-hundred forty thousand students in more than 190 countries on Udemy, is the author of eleven books, and has forty years of experience consulting with major corporations. Several of his courses on management and leadership are best selling courses. ... in their category and have been adopted by major corporations as part of their leadership development and lean culture implementaton process. For the past forty years he has worked to improve the performance of organizations and the skills of their leaders. His expertise is derived from hands on experience creating change in the culture of more than a hundred organizations. He began his work in youth prisons after recognizing that the learning system in the organization had exactly the opposite of its intended effect – increasing, rather than decreasing, dysfunctional behavior. For four years he worked to redesign the prison system by establishing the first free- economy behind prison walls, where each inmate had to pay rent, maintain a checking account, and pay for everything he desired. This was his first organizational transformation. He has been consulting, writing and speaking about business organization and culture since 1973. After ten years with another consulting firm, he formed his own firm, the Miller Howard Consulting Group in 1983. In 1998 he sold his firm to Towers Perrin, an international human resource consulting firm and became a Principal of that firm. In 1999 he left that firm to focus on solo consulting projects. He and his firm were one of the early proponents of team-based management and worked with many clients to implement Team Management from the senior executive team to include every level and every employee in the organization. The Team Management process created a company of business managers, with every employee focused on continuous improvement of business performance. In addition to directing the overall change process, Mr. Miller personally coached the senior management team of many of his clients. The implementation of Team Management led to the realization that the whole-system of the organization needed to be redesigned to create alignment so all systems, structure, skills, style and symbols support the same goals and culture. From this realization he developed the process of Whole System Architecture that is a high involvement method of rethinking all of the systems, structures and culture of the organization. Among his consulting clients have been 3M, Corning, Shell Oil Company, Amoco and Texaco, Shell Chemicals, Air Canada and Varig Airlines, Eastman Chemicals, Xerox, Harris Corporation, McDonald's and Chick-fil-A, Merck and Upjohn Pharmaceuticals, United Technologies, Metropolitan Life and Landmark Communications. Mr. Miller has authored eleven books, among them American Spirit: Visions of A New Corporate Culture, which was the text for Honda of America's course on their values and culture; and Barbarians to Bureaucrats: Corporate Life Cycle Strategies, which draws on The history Of the rise and fall of civilizations to illustrate the patterns of leadership and evolution in corporate cultures. Most recently he authored Getting to Lean – Transformational Change Management that draws on the best change management practices such as socio-technical system design, appreciative inquiry He has also authored, and systems thinking or learning organizations to provide a road map to transforming organizations.Team Kata --Your Guide to Becoming A High Performing Team, the core human process of lean organizations. Most recently he published The Lean Coach that corresponds to his course on Coaching Leaders for Success. He has appeared on the Today Show, CNN, made Many appearances on CNBC, has written for The New York Times and been the subject of a feature story in Industry Week magazine. He was recently the subject of articles in Fast Company and Inc. Magazine. 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