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Team Building:
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Team-building is a planned process that enables a group with common organizational goals to improve its effectiveness. Building productive work teams will allow your organization to meet increased demands efficiently. The "task oriented" approach of this program focuses on the five major areas of concern in team-building: goal-setting and prioritizing, role analysis and clarification, management of group processes, examination of relationships among employees doing the work, and interfacing with the rest of the organization. After analyzing the concepts of team-building and outlining the roles of team members, we give participants the opportunity to practice a variety of team development techniques.


  • Understand the task oriented model of team-building.
  • Participate in individual and group team-building skills assessments.
  • Develop communication skills to better understand the viewpoints of other team members.
  • Define the roles of team members for increased effectiveness.
  • Understand team dynamics by looking at attitudes and behavior.
  • Practice group problem-solving exercises.
  • Learn how to redirect unproductive competition into cooperation.
  • Develop a work plan to improve the team's performance.
  • Practice, role-play, problem-solve and discuss.
  • Translate what you learn into action.

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