Fostering Team Synergies and Collaboration

Introduction and Objective

Teams have become a significant tool by which organisations accomplish their objectives. The success of any managerial efforts largely depends on the executives' ability to develop and sustain team spirit among the people under his/her care. Interpersonal skills for building and working in teams, and managing conflict, become essential prerequisites for team leaders. The focus has to be on the different roles of team members and how they complement and supplement each other for enhanced cooperation and collaboration.

The transition from being a lone individual contributor to being a team member and contributing with other team members, and then being a team leader and ensuring consistent performance, is a challenging task. Dealing with ineffective team performance remains a concern for most team leaders, be it in research teams, product-development teams, production teams, sales and marketing teams, cross-functional problem-solving teams, or top management teams.

The principal focus of the programme is to enable participants to experience the impact of working in teams vs. working as individuals. The programme is designed to emphasize a team-based approach to enhance collaboration and cooperation for effective performance. It will enable participants to understand the role and importance of building high levels of trust and maintaining openness and inclusion, learn how to manage their own styles and orientations while influencing others as leaders in their teams, understand the dynamics of peoples' interaction within teams, and develop skills for leading and sustaining team culture in the organisation.

This programme will provide team leaders and team members experience and guidance on how to improve team performance. It will help the participants hone their skills and provide them tools to deal with multifarious issues of ensuring sustained performance from their teams. The programme seeks to help transform average or even good teams into great ones !


Besides a few concept-based sessions, the methodology will include simulations, feedback, and discussions. The programme will utilize a rich and healthy mix of interactive lecture sessions, research instrument-based feedback, experiential exercises, role-plays and learn-by-doing techniques to help the participants further sharpen relevant skills. The participants will be encouraged to express themselves and further increase their personal and interpersonal effectiveness in group settings.

Expected Participants

The course is designed for Middle and Senior Level Executives, whose role demands working with and leading small and large teams.

Programme Content

The overall coverage of the course will include understanding:

  • Are you a Team Player ?
  • Understanding Team Roles.
  • Group dynamics and generating group synergy
  • Trust and Transparency
  • Team Synergy and High Performance
  • Effective and Ineffective groups
  • Interpersonal Style and Effectiveness
  • Managing Interpersonal Relationships and Conflicts
  • Leadership and Building desirable Team Culture
  • Coaching and Mentoring for Team Development
  • Team Decision-making: Pitfalls and Solutions
  • Moving forward with effective Goal-setting and Action-planning

Expected Participants

Senior and middle-level managers from private and public-sector organizations.

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Programme Dates & Fees Details :

Mumbai Campus :




 09:30 a.m. - 5:30 p.m.


 Rs. 25,000 + Taxes

Delhi Centre :


 16th-17th November, 2018


 09:30 a.m. - 5:30 p.m.


 Rs. 25,000 + Taxes


Discounts on Fees

 Early Bird for first 5 participants


 Group of 5 to 6 participants


 Group of 3 to 4 participants


 Bhavans Alumni ( SPJIMR, SPCE & SPIT)



Contact Details:

Mumbai Campus:

Contact person: Sonal Bajla
Tel:  +91 22 61454296 /9167478295 

Delhi Centre:

Contact person: Bharat Khanna
Tel:  +91 8130545577


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