- January 22, 2017
- Posted by: admin
- Category: Courses
Team Building for Everyone
Is your team WET or DRY?
Does your workgroup Work Effectively Together or is it does it use a DRY/Deliver Results Yourself (and forget about everyone else) approach? This workshop is designed for all members of the team. It will discuss how teams — and each of their members – can thrive when colleagues have shared values, efforts focused on a common purpose and agree to work collaboratively in a healthy and trusting work environment.
Participants in this workshop will:
- Define the elements required to form a strong team foundation. Describe the characteristics of an effective team. Consider strengths and opportunities that may exist within their own teams.
- Collectively, determine how the responsibility and accountability for ensuring team effectiveness differs between team members and the team leader. Test assumptions using in-session exercises.
- Identify factors that can negatively influence team development and performance. Learn how to prevent and mitigate these negative influences, with reference to take-away guides.
- Explain the difference between disagreements and conflicts, including how each could impact a team and/or its members. Practice giving and receiving constructive feedback.
- Learn and practice a number of effective communication techniques.
- Observe and discuss how DRY teams struggle to survive, due to their negative impact on clients, team members and/or the business.
- Prepare a SMART plan to either apply or share their learnings.
What Pro-Results brings to this workshop:
Pro-Results has been providing HR consulting and training in New Brunswick since 1986. Prior to joining the Pro-Results team, our six members worked and lived in communities throughout the province, as individual contributors and leaders in a variety of industries.
Through our education and experience we assess the needs and challenges of each of our clients, with a goal of helping them move forward. We have mediated dozens of interpersonal conflicts in New Brunswick workplaces and delivered hundreds of group workshops throughout the province.