Develop Team Maturity
Teams evolve in a complex environment that requires a constant ability to adapt. Being able to be accessible and work in synergy with one’s colleagues requires the appropriate interpersonal skills and attitude to address these challenges. The development of a team’s maturity is a guarantee of greater success.
In addition to their knowledge and expertise, employees are valued for their interpersonal skills. To work confidently within one’s team implies adopting a collaborative attitude and open-minded behaviour. To cultivate interdependence while maintaining diversity, it is essential to develop specific strategies, which we encourage you to try out in complete security.
Our intervention Team Maturity: Develop best practices to enhance interpersonal relationships and improve collaboration between team members. Communication techniques, listening skills, the art of questioning, the benefits of feedback and conflict management are the best practices that will be implemented during this training.
- Define a respectful and secure working environment.
- Unite the team around individual and shared initiatives.
- Accompany participants in the acquisition of appropriate interpersonal skills.
At the end of the course, participants will have:
- Identified the necessary steps to achieve team maturity.
- Experienced the 5 best practices for developing team maturity.
- Put into practice the skills and behaviours that are conducive to team maturity.
- An adaptation to the changing needs of the team.
- An opportunity to set up large-scale actions in a collaborative manner.
- Create an extraordinary team with ordinary people.
Programme (one day)
Team Maturity Assessment and definition of needs. Presentation of the 5 best practices 4 methods of communication, listening skills, the benefits of feedback, the art of questioning and conflict management. Communication methods and listening skills Discovery, role-playing and appropriation. Feedback, questioning and conflict management Setting the scene, discovery and appropriation.
This intervention is intended for a team, a company, an organisation or an association of up to 12 participants. It is supervised by a Teamway trainer.