- Definition of a “team”
- Team formation and management
- Experiential team building activities
- Team leadership and developing one-to-one relationships
- Motivation and Change within a team
- Identifying “team” projects
- Embracing and managing team and individual diversity
This team-building program will:
- Provide a practical overview of team dynamics.
- Give each participant insight about his or her style and the styles of others on the team.
- Offer solid tactics for communicating better within the team.
- Identify trigger words and phrases.
- Provide multiple exercises to allow for self-discovery and frank conversations.
Like it or not, teams are here to stay because effective teams usually produce first-rate results. Highperforming teams exhibit accountability, purpose, cohesiveness, and collaboration. How do you turn a
dysfunctional group into a productive team? Can you make a good team better? Find out the answers to
both questions during a full schedule of active team-building training.
At this program’s conclusion, participants should be able to:
- Describe the team-building process (Forming, Storming, Norming, Performing).
- Identify several team-building models.
- Explain the four basic behavioral styles and how to manage each.
- Demonstrate effective listening skills.
- Rephrase blunt wording for better communication.
- Identify team strengths and opportunities for improvement.