TeamSense programs start with insights into each members personal leadership and then in the afternoon we explore the dynamics of the team. Each program is customized for your specific team. We have worked with Sales teams, Teams in trouble, Virtual teams, High Performance Teams, Project Teams, Cross Functional Teams and more.
Its far more than a fun day out, its a shared experience the team will never forget.
Past clients have identified these priority learning goals. Which ones are the best fit for you?
- Coaching people to achieve results
- Understanding how individual differences can be used for improved effectiveness rather than sources of tension and conflict
- Balancing and measuring quantitative and qualitative results
- Moving from reactive to proactive “big picture” leader
- Building a high performance team
- Four step model for achieving results
- Recognizing impact of emotions on others
- Providing constructive feedback listening for understanding
- Paying attention to body language to enhance understanding
- Emotional intelligence and empathetic listening
- Replacing compliance with true engagement.
- Win/win negotiation – understanding the needs of others
- Proactively responding to potential conflict situations
- Building trust based relationships
- An expanded level of mutual understanding, trust and respect
- Increased alignment in the team’s thinking and strategies for moving forward
- The resolution of team issues related to trust, communication, alignment and cooperation
- Understanding and practice at learning and self-improvement as a team
(intra team and/or with clients/stakeholders)
- Understanding Feedback
- Empathetic Listening
- Building Effective Relationships
- Diversity and Appreciating Differences
We recommend that you finish the day with a business task that your team will work on together. This can be started during the final hour of the horse sense session and then worked on back at the office. When people apply their new skills they often achieve breakthrough results. Past clients have work on tasks as simple as creating a team charter (a document describing how the team will work together) or as complex as coming up with a new strategic plan.