Workplace Team Building
The only sustainable advantage is a high-performing team.
Our Workplace Team Building Program unlocks the potential of your team. Overcome the Five Dysfunctions of a Team®
At the core of every successful organization is a highly functioning team. Furthermore, without such a team, organizations tend to get caught in unproductive patterns of thinking, feeling, and behaving that impact well-being and performance. Our Workplace Team Building program is based on The Five Dysfunctions of a Team®. It also incorporates other tools designed specifically to unlock the potential of your team. Most of all, our workplace team building program gets everyone moving the organization forward.
Great teams are built.
Our Workplace Team Building program identifies the capabilities of a highly effective team.
- Building Trust: Member of great teams trust one another on a fundamental emotional level. They are comfortable being vulnerable with each other about their weaknesses, mistakes, fears, and behaviors.They get to the point that they can be completely open with one another, without filters.
- Mastering Conflict: Conflicts can be difficult. Teams that trust one another are not afraid to engage in passionate dialogue around issues. They do not hesitate to disagree with, challenge, and question one another, all in the spirit of finding the best answers, and making great decisions. Most noteworthy, these decisions are key to the organization’s success.
- Gaining Commitment: Teams that engage in unfiltered conflict can achieve genuine buy-in around important decisions. Most of all, this is true when members of the team initially disagree. This disagreement ensures that all opinions are put on the table and considered, giving confidence to team members that no stone has been left unturned.
- Embracing Accountability: Teams that commit to decisions and standards of performance hold one another accountable. They are accountable for adhering to the decisions and standards they have set. Furthermore, they don’t rely on the team leader as the primary source of accountability, but go directly to their peers.
- Achieving Results: Teams that trust one another, engage in conflict, commit to decisions, and hold one another accountable will set aside their individual needs and agendas. Consequently, they will focus exclusively on what is best for the team. They ignore the temptation to place their departments, careers or ego ahead of the collective results that define team success.
The Five Dysfunctions of a Team Workshop is ideal as a one, two, or three-day workshop. This exceptional team development tool, is a proven process to encourage teams of all types to begin increasing cohesiveness & productivity.