a. Planning for Team Results. This workshop teaches the SMART system of goal setting in group and individual contexts. Team members then learn and use an action planning process linked to their goals.
b. Resolving Team Conflicts. Team members explore individual and the team’s conflict style and learn a structured process to resolve conflict on the team.
c. Solving Team Problems. Team members solve problems more effectively, efficiently, and with less conflict by learning and using a “common language” for group problem solving.
d. Utilizing Team Members’ Abilities. Team resources are deployed by considering members’ skills, preferences, goals, experience, and knowledge in order to most efficiently and effectively achieve team goals.
e. Committing to a Team Approach. This workshop teaches new project teams the stages of team development, how to deploy resources, and how to commit to the group’s mission.
f. Communicating Effectively in Teams. This workshop uses interactive exercises to teach members of a group “team communication” skills like providing feedback, constructive criticism, reacting skills, and overcoming barriers to communication in groups.
g. Creating A Shared Team Purpose. This workshop enables a new or existing work group to create a team mission and establishes team values that will be used later to assist in decision making and conflict resolution.
h. Evaluating Team Performance. Work groups learn the importance of evaluation and methods to continuously monitor, self regulate, and self correct the team’s performance.
i. Making Team Meetings Work. Trains team members to competently prepare for, plan, organize, lead, and contribute to the evaluation of meetings.
j. Making Team Decisions by Consensus. Teams learn, practice, and commit to a group decision making process emphasizing consensus to ensure team “acts” as a team.