Just as compilation of notes doesn’t make a symphony or a bunch of words doesn’t necessarily make a bestseller, likewise, high performing individuals coming together do not guarantee they will create a high performing team. Individual players working alone cannot compare with the elegance or effectiveness of a well-oiled team dedicated towards a common purpose.
Research has shown that whether in the world of sports or the world of investment banking, individual performance travels poorly across teams. It takes NBA players an average of 21 games with a new team to recover their pre-transfer performance. A group of Harvard researchers discovered that 46% from a sample of 1,052 high-performing investment analysts were unable to replicate their outstanding performance when they move to a different investment bank.
This evidence supports the notion that people succeed not only through their own raw talent and capacity, but also by building on the support structure and team ecosystem around them. As football legend Pelé said, “The team is the winner or loser, not the player. A team is not made up of isolated individuals. No one plays alone. Success depends on your whole team being a single unit.”
If you are a business leader managing a team, the Managing Teams for High Performance course is for you. Taught by Muhammad Sabri Rawi, a seasoned veteran from the government sector and the oil & gas industry, this course provides a better understanding of team dynamics and the common factors that hinder team performance.
Drawing on the work of Patrick Lencioni, one of the pioneers of the organizational health movement, this course will explore the 5 most common dysfunctions in a team:
- Absence of trust
- Fear of conflict
- Lack of commitment
- Avoidance of accountability
- Inattention to results
Through interactive discussions and exercises, this course will help you understand how to overcome these dysfunctions and lead a team effectively to achieve maximum efficiency.
What you will learn
- Skills to create and sustain a high performing team model
- Skills and tips to manage blocks to high performance in a team
- Develop confidence in managing diversity in the creation of a team
- Develop skills to support team members in developing bond to a common purpose.
In order to earn a Certificate of Completion, participants must attend the required sessions and complete any assignments by the given deadlines.
Muhammad Sabri, a Senior Lecturer at the ASB, comes with a wealth of experience after working more than 25 years in the government sector as well as in the oil and gas industry. His tenure at PETRONAS allowed him the opportunity to work alongside renowned organizations like McKinsey as it rolled out its Operational Performance Improvement initiatives and its Global Leadership Learning Series, which was made compulsory in more than 25 countries. His skills at Top Team Alignment has helped many Senior Management Teams improve their effectiveness in their leadership roles.
Portland State University, Oregon, BA (English), MA (Education)
Personal Leadership, Coaching for Performance, Communications, Public Speaking, Top Team Dynamic
WHO WILL BENEFIT
Mid- to Senior career professionals
For professionals in leadership and managerial roles, who aspire to advance in their careers and gain the confidence to lead teams for better performance.
Entrepreneurs and Business Owners
Understand how to better lead and manage your teams to maximize business performance, while avoiding the pitfalls of a dysfunctional team.
MANAGING TEAMS FOR HIGH PERFORMANCE
July 17 – 18
9.00am – 1.00pm
Changes to the delivery mode for ASB ICLIF Executive Education courses may be made in accordance with government policies
RM 3,000 / USD 750
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