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Leading and developing successful teams


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Part of the IET Professional Lifeskills series, this workshop aims to provide hints and tips on how to lead a team in a successful way.

Date and Time

30 April 2014 - 18:30-22:00


Oxford, United Kingdom - icon_popup  (See map)


Organised by the Oxfordshire local network.

About this event

Managing a team of people can be a difficult task. You may have many different personalities who place different constraints on your time and sometimes this may cause conflict. Getting your team to work together to perform requires a manager who is adaptable in their approach and indeed in how they motivate their staff and this workshop aims to provide hints and tips to address some of these key issues.

This workshop would benefit anyone who is involved in managing a team of people no matter what the size and wants to develop that team further or indeed for people taking their first steps into management.

The topics covered include:

- Team Building Model.
- Developing successful teams through different management styles.
- Characteristics of successful teams.
- Motivation of staff.


18:30 Registration and refreshments
19:00 Workshop starts
22:00 Workshop ends

Reasons to attend

- Develop your professional skills
- Continue your professional development
- Network with your peers

Registration information

This is a free workshop however please complete the online registration to reserve a place


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