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Ten Indicators That A Manager's Team Is Dysfunctional

Thursday,
October 20, 2022
Time:
10:00 AM PDT | 01:00 PM EDT
Duration:
90 Minutes
Webinar Id:
32308
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Overview:

A great manager takes the time to discover any dysfunctional issues within their workforce. It is crucial to pay attention to and address the employee's dysfunctional conduct, which may result in long-term performance concerns for the organization.

The inability to recognize that your team is experiencing difficulties due to dysfunctional performance can have a negative influence on you, the organization's productivity, employee turnovers, customers’ experience and the organization’s bottom line. Successful organizations require great leadership, people, ideas, communication, and vision in order to consistently achieve the desired outputs. Every organization is capable of achieving success provided its management and employees are willing to put forth the required effort and have well-defined objectives to pursue. Obviously, all of these aspects must be matched with a leadership and their team that understands how to obtain the highest daily performance from their employees.

Why you should Attend: One of the most important skills for a manager to have is the ability to direct and organize the activities of a team in order to achieve their shared objectives. To assist a team in maintaining their level of productivity in the organization, it is necessary for you, as a manager, to possess the abilities of communication, active listening, goal-setting, and the creation of a healthy culture in the workplace.

Before a manager can effectively lead a team, they must first determine any dysfunctional issues that are concerning and determine the qualities that constitute a successful team. Although there is no one metric or set of leadership skills that can be used to define a great team manager, there are a number of characteristics that can be used to describe a team that functions effectively and that demonstrates excellent leadership.

This is an opportunity to learn more, shine, and be recognized for the invaluable value that you are to your company by cultivating your team to be a successful and functional team. Here are some of the many benefits of participating in this webinar include:
  • To develop a high-performing team, understand your employees' goals
  • Be a model for your team, and they'll do well
  • Learn to give proper feedback, and your team's contributions will improve
  • Learn how to motivate in each situation to avoid any dysfunctions within your team’s performance

Areas Covered in the Session:
  • Communication Failure
  • Decision-making inability
  • Lack of accountability
  • Deficiency in Accepting Responsibility
  • Inequitable Distribution of Work
  • Micromanaging employees
  • Team Player's performance
  • All members of the team need to commit to the cause
  • There were no Achievements and no Team Awards
  • Team conflicting goals

Who Will Benefit:
  • Small Business Owners
  • Leaders
  • Managers
  • Team Leaders
  • Project Managers
  • Department Heads
  • Supervisors and anyone in Leadership Role
Instructor:

Carolyn D. Riggins is the founder and owner of CDR Consulting Services specializing in training, coaching and identifying problematic gaps in organization. Ms. Riggins was in retail banking for 35 years with First Florida Bank, Barnett Bank, Mercantile Bank and TD Bank. At TD Bank, Ms. Riggins was successful growing her client’s relationship by 71 million dollars through valuable training and consistently coaching her teams. Ms. Riggins served in multiple capacity levels of management roles regarding the many banks in her career path. Under her leadership she was able to work as an Assistant Vice President Store Manager, Vice President Hub Manager and Vice President Retail Regional Manager.

In these varies leadership positions Ms. Riggins was successful with leading and helping her team by developing, coaching and training to achieve sales revenue growth, deposit growth, customer growth, lending growth and focusing on compliance. Also, she was selected as the Regional Bank at Work and Affinity Champion which she facilitated and delivered material through person-to-person workshop training or conference training.

In additional, Ms. Riggins utilizes her Bachelors of Applied Science degree in Management and Organizational Leadership from St Petersburg College to train team players to be successful in their roles. In addition, Ms. Riggins has a certificate of completion for Business Consulting. One of Ms. Riggins goal is to train and coach continuously by using her education and expertise daily to change, transform and impact great team players.


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