Thursday, April 6, 2023
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM
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Good teams consistently make good decisions. This is because they use multiple sources of information and actively seek out best practices. They listen and share ideas, opinions and perspectives readily based upon mutual respect. They do not rush to closure. They evaluate past decisions and review their effectiveness. There are many decision-making approaches. Learn how to choose the best approach based upon a variety of factors that a team leader must consider.
Who Should Participate?
University Faculty and Staff
This course is part of the Managing High Performing Teams Certificate Program
Team Dynamics is a prerequisite for this course and should be completed first.
Kim Pruitt is the Assistant Director of Organizational and Professional Development, Division of Human Resources
There is no charge to participate in this course. Employees should cancel their registration if they are unable to participate. Participants leaving early will not receive credit for participating. If there is an emergency, please notify the instructor(s).
Effective August 1, 2021: Participants in online classes for the OPD certificate programs (LEAD, Managing High Performing Teams, and Effective Communication) MUST have a working microphone on their computers or use the dial-in feature and be able to verbally participate in the sessions. OPD will require a sound check during introductions at the beginning of the session to verify your ability to participate.
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