Teamwork Training

The Teamwork Training course, with a seat time of two hours and fifteen minutes, covers strategies and techniques that will help you become a more effective and valued team member. Working on a team means that you have to be able to successfully communicate and collaborate with others. As a result, learning constructive ways to acknowledge differences and show respect is critical.

Course Topics:

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Teamwork Foundations

Given a team environment, the student will be able to cooperate with others in order to accomplish a common goal. Specifically, they will be able to:
  • • Define the term teamwork.
  • • Explain the benefits of teamwork.
  • • Identify the characteristics of effective teams.
  • • Identify the characteristics of effective team members.
  • • Recognize how to acknowledge team members’ rights to have differing opinions.
  • • How to demonstrate tolerance and respect when interacting with teammates.
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Communication and Collaboration on Teams

Given a team environment, the student will be able to communicate and collaborate effectively with teammates. Specifically, they will be able to:
  • • Restate how effective communication contributes to a high functioning team.
  • • Describe the barriers to communication in teams.
  • • Recognize the role power dynamics makes in communication.
  • • Explain how to give and receive feedback.
  • • Recognize strategies for working collaboratively with others.
  • • Identify strategies which increase the effectiveness of written communication.
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Barriers to Effective Teamwork

Given a team environment, the student will be prepared to recognize and overcome common barriers to effective teamwork. Specifically, they will be able to:
  • • Explain why conflict can be a healthy process for a group of people.
  • • Recognize examples of resolving conflict through improved communication.
  • • Identify which collaborative conflict resolution technique should be used.
  • • Identify strategies for handling aggressive and passive aggressive people.
  • • Identify strategies to employ when having difficult conversations.
  • • Recognize the characteristics of unconscious bias.
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Leadership in a Team Environment

Given a team environment, the student will have the knowledge necessary to employ non-positional leadership characteristics. Specifically, they will be able to:
  • • Recognize the characteristics of a good leader.
  • • Define the term non-positional leadership.
  • • List the benefits of non-positional leadership.
  • • List strategies to demonstrate leadership qualities.
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