WHY A TEAM DEVELOPMENT WORKSHOP
Managing others well, gaining their respect and trust is a major stepping stone, and you want to get it right.
You want to prove to yourself, to your team and organization that they have made the right choice taking you on board. You want to be confident in your role as a leader, and be an inspiration to your own leaders and your peers.
Whether you are new or experienced in managing others, your priorities are clear: you want your team to perform. This means bringing them a result-driven mindset, a drive to execute faster, and the capacity to take on more tasks confidently.
Most of all, you want your team to be united and to have each others' back - and you want to be the driver of that success. You want to enable them to cooperate and keep up momentum, even in situations that require being adaptable and resilient.
In other words: you want to build a team you can rely on under any condition.
A stable and solid team means getting rid of white noise, and you are looking for a team development workshop also for that reason.
You didn't take on this role to solve conflicts over and over, you took it to develop others and grow professionally - and for that you need your team members to work independently, solve conflicts autonomously and constructively, communicate and exchange information at all times.
WHAT YOU WANT FOR YOUR TEAM
We can do this for you, let us show you how:
A team development workshops is not basic team building. It's a way to enable each person in your team to align with others and drive them, grow, execute and take initiative better.
We take it extremely seriously, and so do you. This is why our team development workshops are built on field-tested modules that we adopt, adapt and combine according to who you are, what sector you work in and who the people around you are.
To give you a more tangible idea of what we do, we've grouped a few modules below - and just so you know, this won't be a lecture, we'll be diving directly into practice and simulations and allow your team to experiment and learn in a safe environment.
TIME AWARENESS AND TIME MANAGEMENT
COMPETENT RISK ASSESSMENT AND RISK TAKING
LISTENING AND COMMUNICATION SKILLS
ABILITY TO TAKE INITIATIVE AND THINK AHEAD
IDENTIFYING AND REMOVING BIAS IN COMMUNICATION
GIVING AND ACCEPTING FEEDBACK
FLEXIBILITY AND ADAPTABILITY SKILLS
TEAM COMMUNICATION AND INTERACTION
AWARENESS OF TEAM ROLES (FORMAL AND INFORMAL)
PERSPECTIVE-TAKING AND AWARENESS OF OTHERS
BALANCING ASSERTIVENESS AND RESPECT