Teams are able to develop synergy which produces a combined result greater than the sum of their separate efforts.
To understand Team Building it is critical to not only understand, but to be proficient as a leader in recognizing human behavior. Once the leader understands human behavior, they must also be knowledgeable about the types of teams, team stages and development, understanding what teams need and be able to apply this information as they build or strengthen their teams.
Communication and dealing with conflict are two of the most important factors when dealing with a team. You may have to work with a team that has already been formed and/or you may only have a limited number of people to choose from when putting a team together. Knowing how to deal with team members is what will make or break your team.
Successful leaders are able to put all of these factors together and then apply the techniques that foster synergy and cohesiveness.
- Building a Results-Focused Team
- Characteristics of Team Development
- Conflict Resolution Skills (6 Steps to a Win-Win)
- Developing Team Techniques
- Different Types of Teams (Self-Directed, Self-Managed, etc)
- Effective Communication Skills
- Formation and Life Cycles of Teams
- How to Develop a Team Virtually
- Human Behavior on Teamwork
- Improving Team Perfomance
- Strengths & Developmental Needs of Team Members
- Stress Management
- Utilizing Assessment Tools – (Behaviors, Motivators, TriMetrix, Emotional Intelligence, Stress Quotient)
- Utilizing Decision Making Tools: Brainstorming, Nominal Group Technique, Consensus
Building an effective team in today’s workplace is critical as organizations are changing and many people are working in expanded roles. The more you understand yourself and others the stronger the team. The ability to put together an effective team that successfully produces results for the organization is the ultimate goal.
We offer group learning sessions (live or virtually): Team Building, Understanding Self & Others, Emotional Intelligence, Stress Quotient, Motivation, Diversity, and more