This training gives a comprehensive demystified understanding of teamwork. Even when the peak performance happens with stable small teams, the learnings are widely applicable.
Learn to create the enabling organizational context, and to lead the group dynamics in a variety of organizational situations, where you need to think together with a network of people:
There is a strong emphasis on the enabling organizational context because it creates most of the success. Understanding group dynamics will significantly help to navigate through difficult times. And failing group dynamics may ruin it all.
We go much deeper than the mainstream Tuckman's *orming model. We learn the typical group dynamics patterns during the team life-cycle. It gives advice for practical actions, and tools for analyzing dysfunctional teams. Knowing the theory helps to lead remote teams where direct observation is not available.
Day 1: Organizational enablers for teamwork
Day 2: Group dynamics
The training is based on experiential learning, practicing techniques, and analyzing experiences. We will practice reflection when possible – the trainer's actions may be questioned at any time, and the training group sometimes acts as its own case study.
Maximum 12 participants.
Ari started his career with ten years of mathematical engineering and software development. He has experience in developing teamwork and organizations full-time since the last millennium. The training content is drawn from Teamwork research by Richard Hackmann and Susan Wheelan, Coaching, Nonviolent Communication, workplace counseling, LeSS, and long mentoring in Tavistock and Foulkes's group dynamics traditions. Lately, Ari has done long-term full-time coaching with BMW, Flixbus, Nokia, and the financial sectors.