Roles and Responsibilities of a Team Leader | University Endorsed

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1 Hour
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12 Months
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A team leader is someone who provides direction, instructions and guidance to a group of individuals, who can also be known as a team, for the purpose of achieving a certain goal.


Welcome to this online course covering the Roles and Responsibilities of a Team Leader.

A team leader is someone who provides direction, instructions and guidance to a group of individuals, who can also be known as a team, for the purpose of achieving a certain goal. An effective leader will know her team members strengths, weaknesses and motivations.
Team leaders serve various roles in an organisation. Their job is to get tasks done by using all of the resources available to them, including other employees or team members.

You will cover the following learner outcomes:

- The Role
- The Responsibilities
- The Skills
- Delegation
- Communication
- Leading by Example

You may be looking to gain a promotion to the position of Team Leader, you may already be a Team Leader or applying for a job as a Team Leader. Whichever category you fit into, this course will give you a great insight into the roles and responsibilities of a Team Leader.
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Who is this course for?

Aspiring Team leaders or current Team Leaders

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