Building & Maintaining A Connected & Collaborative Team

Join me on this one day workshop to gain an understanding of what it means to function as a connected and collaborative team. This workshop is essential for leaders, managers and team leaders. I will share practical tools with you to create and maintain a positive and cohesive team. You can also bring your team and take the journey together for a fantastic day of teambuilding.

The workshop includes:-

Understanding Team Dynamics & Behaviours
Understand more about the people you work with. I will provide insights and ways to work effectively, individually and as a team to:-

  • Understand yourself and relationship dynamics.
  • Appreciate the strengths of people who are different to you.
  • Discover tools for working with all types of people effectively.
  • Team dynamics and how they view change, trust, communicate, solve problems and make decisions.
  • Find out the strengths you bring to your team.

Building Positive Workplace Environments & Relationships
Discover simple ways to build relational trust as a team, to ensure you maintain a positive environment and workplace relationships.

Reflect on how well you communicate as a team and if this effective and meets the needs of all team members. I will share strategies to improve listening, body language, verbal and written communication skills.

Feedback & Feedforward
Building a culture of giving and receiving feedback and feedforward is important for a team. Learn how to give relevant, genuine and meaningful feedback, to ensure any issues or concerns are dealt with proactively and not reactively.

Collaborative Team Signposts
Understand the signposts of a collaborative and effective team and what this looks like in your day to day communication and relationships.


Event Properties

Event Date Saturday 22 Aug 2020 - 9:00 am
Event End Date Saturday 22 Aug 2020 - 3:00 pm
Registration Start Date Saturday 11 Jul 2020
Cut off date Wednesday 19 Aug 2020
Individual Price $60.00 GST Inclusive
Location Christchurch