Have you ever wondered why you click with some people in your team and others can drive you mad? Have you ever asked yourself, "How can I build and get the best out of this team, when I'm not even sure I want to spend time with some of the individuals in it?"
There is one certainty in any organisation; change or be changed. At the forefront of this, the first line of defence is a group of people in your organisation who must be good in the Basic Managerial Skills.
There are teams in today's contemporary world which do not work at the level desirous to deliver results for their organizations. "The unproductive behaviours and inattentiveness to results in dysfunctional teams can be attributed to people, with varied interests and vulnerabilities," says Patrick Lencioni, author of The Five Dysfunctions of a Team.
The supervisors play an important role in the organisation. In the current competitive business environment, supervisors are under pressure to maintain the momentum and make a difference in their work. This will be possible only when the supervisors possess the right skills.