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PPT: Building Effective Teams Training Presentation
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Training Presentation/Powerpoint:

Building Effective Teams


In today's work environment, the ongoing challenges of creating the magical bond between team members can be elusive. Moreover, it has become increasingly challenging, since we have been moving from the emphasis on social skills to technical and managerial skills. And as a result, the body of traditions and knowledge concerning the magic of teams have been lost.

Good teamwork is the ability to effectively collaborate with teammates, with the work, and with a common goal or purpose. According to the LinkedIn Learning 2020 Workplace Learning Report, collaboration skill is among the top five critical soft skills that organizations are hiring for and training for in 2020.


Based on world-renowned Patrick Lencioni's and Bruce Tuckman's work on team management, this uniquely blended team building PPT training presentation provides you with the much needed practical guidance on how to identify dysfunctional teams and put in place a process to build effective and collaborative teams in your organization. 

Note: This training package includes:

  1. Building Effective Teams PPT training presentation (PowerPoint format)

  2. Blue-Green Game (PowerPoint & Word formats) - FREE

Learning Objectives

1. Recognize the characteristics of high performing teams

2. Understand the five dysfunctions of a team

3. Describe the stages of building an effective team

4. Identify the qualities of good team leaders

5. Define the role of the team leader

6. Identify ways to sustain and improve team performance




1. Introduction and Overview

2. The Five Dysfunctions of Teams

3. Stages of Team Development

4. Choosing a Good Team Leader

5. Role of the Team Leader

6. Sustaining & Improving Team Performance

You may also be interested in the following related documents (sold separately):

  1. Effective Communication

  2. Effective Facilitation

  3. Effective Meetings

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