gothamGovernment Training


Group Structure, Cohesion & Development

3-4 hours Live online
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Session Description

Organizational Effectiveness extends far beyond hiring top talent, keeping high-performers engaged, and promoting high-potentials to leadership roles. In each scenario, the successful organization carefully considers how groups of leaders and managers are structured and how to create the necessary time and processes for them to transition into and function as a cohesive team.

In this fundamental training, participants receive the basic concepts and skills to create and foster a leadership team that gets results -efficiently, effectively, and with mutual respect and shared accountability.

Learning Objectives
  • Define, describe and differentiate group norms
  • Examine the processes that generate and sustain group norms
  • Determine what norms best support organization strategy, team alignment, and task accomplishment (e.g., trauma-informed practice; DEI principles)
  • Learn the nature of Leader and Group roles in the current social climate
  • Explore how and why roles in the organization have become differentiated over time
  • Identify sources of and antidotes to role stress, including role ambiguity, role conflict, and role fit


  • Individual Reflection
  • Lecture; Small-Group Exercises
  • Small-& Large-Group Discussion

Target Audience

  • Leaders at all levels
  • High-potential individual contributors
  • Project/program managers

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