Effective Teaming: Teamwork Training
Practical skills to build a team culture based on trust, psychological safety, belonging & inclusion, leading to improved team collaboration and performance.
Based on neuroscience, mindfulness, and behavioral research, this interactive 3-3.5-hour program offers practical interpersonal skills grounded in attention training, growth-oriented mindsets, and collaborative behaviors, to improve team performance. This training will help you and your team to:
- Deepen self-awareness and learn how our thoughts and behaviors impact team dynamics
- Expand awareness of self and others with an emphasis on promoting inclusion & belonging
- Generate a culture of trust and psychological safety
- Cultivate a prosocial mindset of humility and curiosity
- Promote team interactions that create a learning community
- Optimize team engagement, agility, and effectiveness
A practical, experiential, and highly interactive program presenting tools that can be applied immediately within teams and organizations.
Current behavioral science, neuroscience and corporate research shows that when it comes to optimal team performance what really matters is less about who is on the team, and more about how the team works together. Specifically, individuals and teams work best in an environment where they feel:
- Safe when learning something new
- Comfortable making contributions
- Able to challenge the status quo
The 3-3.5-hour interactive program can be offered as a live online or in-person experience. It focuses on four essential aspects of team dynamics:
- Belonging: The ability for team members to actively cultivate social and work connections between one another.
- Inclusion: A set of behaviors that enable each team member to feel valued and supported by others on the team and the team leader(s).
- Trust: The extent to which team members model reliability, credibility, and connection with one another.
- Psychological Safety: The belief among team members that interpersonal risk-taking and challenging the status quo is safe, acceptable, and even encouraged.
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