Team Building

Team Building

This course is about how to create a team where each individual knows the business's vision, goals, and top challenges; and is personally motivated to help the business reach its goals.

Team Building
  • Alignment Over Agreement 1

    This film is about how to create a team where each individual knows the business's vision, goals, and top challenges; and is personally motivated to help the business reach its goals.

  • Alignment Over Agreement 2

    A look at how to develop trust and alignment by an examination of best and worst team practices.

  • Alignment Over Agreement 3

    A deeper look at strategies to create trust and alignment in a team.

  • Amiable

    In this video, we focus on the communication style known as 'The Amiable'.

  • Analytical

    In this video, we focus on the communication style known as 'The Analytical'.

  • Drivers

    In this video, we focus on the communication style known as 'The Driver'.

  • Expressive

    In this video, we focus on the communication style known as 'The Expressive'.

  • Personality Styles Introduction

    One of the keys to building a diverse and effective team is learning how to identify, understand, and use personality styles.

  • Review

    A person may relate to one style in a particular situation, while relating to another style in a different situation, or they may be a collection of all four personality styles at once!

  • Forming

    Forming' is the stage at which the team comes together and its members start to work with one another.

  • Norming

    During the 'Norming' stage the team integrates more, having resolved some of their differences; and team members start to bond.

  • Performing

    At the 'Performing' stage, teams are focused on the common goal, and they can reach unprecedented levels of delivery and success.

  • Storming

    As its name implies 'Storming' can be a tumultuous time for the team.

  • Team Dynamics Introduction

    This film is an introduction to understanding group dynamics so you will know how to organise a set of disparate people into a team, rather than a collection of individuals.

  • BECKS Introduction

    BECKS is the acronym for a framework you can use to assess a team.

  • Behaviour

    More and more, Working Voices finds its clients expressing frustration with other people's behaviour, this film makes some helpful suggestions.

  • Clarity

    In a negotiation it's vitally important to take responsibility for how we present ourselves. This includes body language, how we sound, our content meaning and what we say...

  • Environment

    We need to acknowledge the difficulties as well as the opportunities that the working environment may present.

  • Knowledge & Skills

    The common purpose shared by a group of people is what defines them as a team; but you could argue that it's knowledge that unites them.

  • Actions - Team Building

    As we've seen, working as part of a team and leading one is complex and dynamic and needs to be addressed carefully and thoughtfully. Here's a reminder of the things we've discussed and things you need to be doing.