Collaboration is a critical part of effective organisations but it takes skill and time to develop an effective team, the two programmes below, The Thriving Team and Strength Based Team Building, are design to support designing and building great teams.
The Thriving Team Programme
This program turns co-workers into collaborators. Starting with understanding individual strengths, the program covers: clarifying roles, co-creating team processes that support good decision making and getting things done, team quality plans and creating an environment that fosters trust, openness, wellbeing and creativity. In each area the focus is on practical techniques and developing understanding that converts to positive change in the workplace.
As with all the Thriving Programmes the material is bespoke and starts with analysis of needs and potential for each team and the wider organisation.
What is a Thriving Team?
A thriving team:
– Taps into the collective genius of its members.
– Understands its strengths and how members can work together to get things done.
– Avoids pitfalls inherent in decision making and problem solving in groups.
The program is delivered in three distinct phases.
Phase 1 – The Set-up
The program is tailored to your team so it focuses on areas that need attention rather than generic aspects of team building. This phase includes consultation, assessments, workshop primers and pre-work.
Phase 2 – The Core Program
Once phase one agreements are established with all stakeholders, the core program is delivered in the form of workshops & coaching.
Great teamwork is built, in part, on great processes. The workshop section and follow-up work of the program gives co-workers the time and space to build their processes. At the same time, participants develop their decision making and problem solving skills.
Phase 3 – The Set-down
The final phase focuses on embedding new behaviours into the organisation. This might include follow-up coaching & posters to reinforce new techniques. This phase also includes post-program metrics to evaluate the success of the program.
Who would benefit?
- New teams
- Recently re-organised teams
- Struggling teams
- Teams facing new challenges
What People are Saying…
Excellent workshop for team building and opening up communication.
Mike Coker, CEO Harrow Carers
Morya is friendly and knowledgeable and gets everyone involved.
Laura V, Minoz, Project Coordinator, Novus
For more information or to schedule a free presentation please contact us.
Strength Based Team Building
Team building through Sharing Strengths, Work Skills, Life Skills
Creating a great team that works well together, is effective, efficient and is a joy to work in takes time. Great teams are built not just on technical skills but on trust and appreciation.
While assessing skill gaps in a team can be useful, a powerful way to build teams is to spend some time focusing on the strengths and skills in the team. What does each person bring to the team, be it strengths, work skills or life skills?
Strength based team building events support teams as they share their strengths and skills. This half day workshop is a great primer for team planning, strategic planning or creating effective team processes.
In this event the team will:
- Share their passions, skills and strengths
- Create a visual map of the teams skills and strengths
- Develop new understandings about the breadth and depth of skills within the team.
Who would benefit from the workshop
- New teams
- Teams starting a new project
- Teams beginning any planning process.
Call 07894 218048 or email to discuss in-house version of this workshop.
What people are saying…
This half-day session was fun, Morya was very engaging!
Lisa Payne, Finance Manager, Breast Cancer Care
A fantastically helpful session with great & insightful input from the facilitator – Many Thanks
Emily Kell, Tutor Relation Manager, TalentEd
Morya was lovely and really tailored to our needs.
Anood Al-Samerai, Director (Business Development), TalentEd
A really helpful session delivered in a friendly but productive manner.
Joe Kimmelman, Director (Programme & Operations), TalentEd