It is likely that you are a part of several teams in the workplace — project teams, the leadership team, the “Production or Marketing or Sales or Admin” team, etc. If you’re a manager or soon will be — you are part of a leadership team and leading another team.
How do you and your peers work as a cohesive team, rather than silently in competition with each other, while also leading the team who report to you? This workshop helps you become a better teammate, whether on a project team or a leadership team. It also gives you the foundations to lead a team by integrating the model from Lencioni’s book, The Five Dysfunctions of a Team, into your work teams.
In the workshop, you will assess your own approach to teamwork, gain personalized insights into how you can more effectively work with others and master the critical behaviours and interpersonal skills needed to work effectively on a team.
Five Behaviours of a Cohesive Team Personal Development Profile Report – You will receive a customized profile for yourself as part of this workshop. Click here to download a sample of the profile.
Our blended format includes three components:
Pre-workshop Activities (approx. 15 minutes to complete): online assessment to generate your profile and pre-reading materials
Workshop Activities (one day virtual session): practise and feedback of key concepts with our facilitator engaging with you live using coaching, scenarios, activities, reflection and discussions
Post-workshop Activities (at your own pace): we’ll touch base with you several times to remind you to apply what you’ve learned
Registration closes on November 8
This workshop focuses on...
discover personalized insights into how you can more effectively work with others
explain the critical behaviours and interpersonal skills needed for successful teamwork
shape new, more productive behaviours to increase productivity
practice building trust quickly with a wider range of people
develop productive conflict within teams to optimize results
separate building commitment from the idea of relying on consensus
create accountability with peers for their commitments and yours
focus team direction on shared goals
This workshop would be great for:
If you would like to have us provide this workshop privately to a group of staff within your organization, please click here.