The purpose of this unit is to develop understanding and ability in developing and leading teams, as required by a practising or potential middle manager. This course will help individuals assess and make a judgement on the effectiveness of their organisation in measuring team performance against organisation goals, and then to use relevant research and management theory to evaluate the role of leadership in helping teams to achieve organisational goals and objectives. This course will help delegates undertake a critical review of their own ability to develop and lead teams to achieve organisational goals and objectives.


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Course Objectives 

By the end of the course, delegates will have:

  • Understand the nature and importance of leading teams to achieve goals
  • Be able to develop and lead teams
  • Understand concepts of authority and responsibility
  • Know the processes of delegation and empowerment
  • Implement changes in leadership styles in order to develop and lead teams effectively


Effectiveness of own organisations team performance
Differences in managing public, private and voluntary sectors
Factors influencing behaviour at work, theories of motivation and their application to individuals including incentives & rewards
Strategies to encourage managed risk taking and learn from mistakes
Performance assessments and the provision of development
Characteristics of teams membership and leadership
Importance of values in creating effect teams
Evaluate Team Performance

Personal Development Action Plan
Throughout this course there will be a number of practical exercises carried out which will enable delegates to put into practice must of the theory covered

Course Duration: Two Days

(Equivalent to ILM Level 5 Unit (value of 5 credits)

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