Solving Workplace Problems
In the workplace,
solving problems is not only addressing issues and problems as they arise but also involves looking at the way things are currently being done to find better ways of doing them. The major problem encountered in solving problems occurs when the root cause is not properly defined or identified. In the rush to finish a project, people often jump to conclusions and take action on the first solution that appears when most times there are multiple solutions. Determining the best solution requires a problem solving process. Solving Workplace Problems provides an effective approach and the tools necessary for improving current processes that organizations use to solve organizational problems. Through structured activities, participants learn how to identify the problem, identify the cause, select the best solution, implement the solution, and determine what feedback and follow-up will be required. Managers will learn a five-step process that combines a variety of methods to provide an effective approach to solving simple to complex organizational problems.
Many team leaders have a difficult time delegating because they are afraid they will lose their authority. However, if leaders don't delegate, they lose their time, energy, and their ability to lead. This module incorporates the latest techniques to help team leaders learn to delegate effectively. Leaders will learn how to use delegation as a motivational tool and improve team member skills in the process. Participants will know how to encourage team member participation and involvement through proper delegating methods.
At the team building training people are need to getting to know each other. They will be aware of different personalities in the team and they must be have framework by which they can understand these differences in more depth.