How to build the organizational climate which will motivate team leaders and help them to lead a team effectively.
Any committee chair, supervisor, or team leader, soon learns that building the team is a key element in the success of a task. Although one person cannot motivate another, a good team leader can set the conditions and situations which will keep team members motivated and willing to complete assigned tasks. This workshop will present a model for effective team leadership built on Trust, Enthusiasm, Accountability and Mission (T.E.A.M.)
3 hours (half day)
Of interest to:
Volunteer coordinators, supervisors, committee chairs, project teams, committee members, leaders, and volunteers who supervise other volunteers.
The exercises and handouts for this workshop were developed to support a new video workshop package now under development. It will be in the style and format of Recruiting Volunteers: The Grizzly Creek Solution and will pick-up where the first video left off.