Maximize team productivity Q. What is the best way to maximize overall team communication and productivity? A. Clarify individual roles and the team communication process to maximize your team’s use of time and improve team productivity.
Collaborative Skills for Teams provides organizations with the key to building collaborative, effective teams by teaching participants the need for different team roles and exploring how various roles communicate, manage time, and manage priorities.
By incorporating proven, research-based assessment data, Collaborative Skills for Teams personalizes the learning experience for each team member. Participants discover four distinct team roles, identify which team role they are most comfortable
using, and learn the four stages of team projects. Relevant video and experiential learning activities provide strategies for maximizing individual contributions, resulting in highly productive, efficient, and cohesive teams.
"Kathleen is capable of both emotionally and intellectually locking arms with a group of people so that they are propelled to take action on clearly defined group objectives."
- Tom Hart
Real Estate Broker & Speaker
Participants walk away with skills, knowledge, and tools they can immediately use when working on a team. Your organization will benefit from having more productive teams, higher employee satisfaction, and less turnover.
In Collaborative Skills for Teams, participants will:
Learn the four different roles within teams, their preferred roles and the diversity of priorities and preferences of each team role
Discover the activities and priorities associated with each of the four team project stages
Understand the challenges and communication breakdowns they may face
when working with others who have different priorities, roles, and talents
Learn to maximize productivity of team meetings by aligning expectations and understanding how to manage their own tendencies
Explore how team roles interact in meetings and learn effective strategies to be more effective about managing differences
Understand their own time-management preferences based on their team roles
Create personal action plans for strategies to consider when working and communicating with each of the four roles