Participants gain an understanding of the necessary components for a highly functioning team.
Building respectful long-term relationships in the workplace is essential for employees in any role, but it is even more crucial for teams that must rely on each other to successfully and efficiently manage cases and projects. Working in teams can be so rewarding and at the same time, it is often difficult to juggle how to best manage the variety of personalities, leadership styles, and disparate priorities.
In this session we will talk about the skill sets that can help participants level up their own personal leadership so that they can work even more effectively on their team. We will also cover the most common dysfunctions of teams and how to overcome them.
This program weaves together knowledge from Kari's Emotional Intelligence, Conflict Resolution, Dealing with Difficult People training content to show participants how to effectively use dynamic interpersonal skills for improved team communication, conflict resolution, trust, commitment, and accountability.
The Five Behaviors of a Cohesive Team™ has a simple goal: To help people discover how to build a truly cohesive and effective team. Based on Patrick Lencioni’s internationally best-selling leadership fable, The Five Dysfunctions of a Team, this assessment-based program focuses on putting The Five Behaviors™ Model of Trust, Conflict, Commitment, Accountability, and Results into practice.
A productive, high-functioning team:
The Five Behaviors program utilizes workplace personality assessments to help participants understand the personalities of their team and how they can effectively work together. Learn more about each assessment.
Alignment is not just for cars and chiropractors. It is also essential for any team to accomplish its goals. Lack of alignment in teams can be very time-wasting, energy-draining and ultimately costly.
This course is a two-step process – the Team Alignment Survey followed by the Team Alignment Workshop.
The Team Alignment Survey measures two underlying factors that determine team success – alignment and trust. In addition, the survey goes in-depth to measure clarity (the degree to which team members are clear on their purpose, values, vision and goals) and approval (the degree to which team members approve of where the team is going and how they are going to get there).
The Team Alignment Workshop provides support and facilitation with the team leader and each team member to understand the survey results, create team action plans and develop ongoing team alignment.
Yvette Costa's programs are grounded in the science of happiness, positive psychology, and yogic principles. They are intentionally designed to create a positive culture and contribute to a resilient mindset.
Yvette works with individuals and teams that are ready to ‘peel the onion of self’ in order to:
Happy in Place (HIP) workshops are customizable and provide practical principles and tools that are realistic and easy to implement. The outcome is a strong team that is FUN to lead...a team that is HIP.
HALF-DAY WORKSHOP: Identify opportunities to shift team approach that increases productivity and collaboration.
8-WEEK PROGRAM: Create shared accountability for results, aligned teamwork, and create a more positive team culture.
6-MONTH PROGRAM: Create lasting and consistent change in all team members.
*ELI = Energy Leadership Index
Remote work – or virtual work – has been called the biggest driver of transformation in the workplace. If you are on a virtual team, you probably agree! Virtual work teams have very different needs than teams who work in the same location.
In order to realize the many benefits of virtual teams – a nimble, highly productive work environment, great flexibility, lower operational costs, increased diversity, global reach – you need to understand the challenges and solutions unique to virtual teams.
Tara Powers is the foremost thought leader on virtual team best practices and has been training virtual teams for many years. She is the author of the book Virtual Teams for Dummies published by Wiley in 2018.