WHAT IS MY CONTRIBUTION TO TEAM SUCCESS?
Successful organisations of the 21st century will be those that encourage respect for diversity. There are a variety of factors that influence the diversity world but one that is often forgotten is “team style” diversity; i.e. the different type of contribution that individuals make to a team. It is important that as organisations build success through respect for diversity, they also ensure that teams and leaders recognise the impact of team style diversity in order to maximise the contribution of each individual. This unique workshop will help participants become aware of the contribution that each person makes and so enhance teamwork and eliminate blocks to effective teamwork by understanding and maximising each person’s contribution.
Based on the Belbin Team Role model (9 years of team research) this workshop will enable participants to:
Become aware of their main contribution to team success
Understand how different styles build high performing teams
Build trust between team members
Develop a common language that helps team improvement
Build an action plan for individual and team development
Workshop method will be experiential, interactive, responsive and practical and include: creative learning exercises, group discussions and exercises, individual reflection and self assessment, behavioural feedback from facilitator and peers, short theory inputs. The workshop is designed to enable participants to understand how they view themselves, others perceive them, and master new skills so that they can transfer the learning directly to improving effectiveness in life and work.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND
Individuals or Teams who:
Want to clarify their unique contribution to team results
Would like to understand how they can work with other team members who are different from them
Want to improve the results and maximise human dynamics of their teams
WORKSHOP FACILITATOR PHILIP MERRY
Philip Merry is CEO/Founder of Singapore's Philip Merry Consulting Group helps leaders access the power of the heart and self-leadership for personal and business transformation. He has conducted leadership and team projects with organizations for 37 years in 59 countries, boosting mindsets that grow inter-cultural co-operation and optimise personal excellence. Senior facilitator with United Nations and Duke Corporate Education, Regional Representative Belbin Team Roles, Marshall Goldsmith Coach, Appreciative Inquiry Certified, HeartMath certified, Philip is author of The Search for Singapore's Happiest People, and one-time London taxi driver. He has just completed his PhD research into Synchronicity and Leadership and the power of the Heart.