Let’s Team Up Academy
People want to feel heard, understood and considered.
What is Let’s Team Up Academy?
5 months of learning and practicing where participants will get to know how to develop their skills on managing and growing a team, regardless its level.
Who should attend this training: coordinators, supervisors or managers, the ones who want to improve the way their team work, the ones who are about to held a leading position.
Benefits: Participants will take part in 6 training modules followed by 6 one-to-one coaching sessions, as well as common and individual projects.
How to build a reputation in 7 steps
How to give and get constant feedback
What are the methods of increasing engagement and how to use them within the team
How to bring back a person how has almost left the team
How to focus the team on results, and not processes
MODULE I - Lack of trust
Lack of trust. - hesitation in asking for help or providing constructive feedback. - having doubts to offer help outside their responsability area. - failure to recognize the experience and skills of other members. Building trust. - providing specific and accurate information. - presenting past experiences. - Exercise of team efficiency - the most important contribution. - who are we? why do we what we do? - Feedback 360
MODULE II - Fear of conflicts
Fear of conflict. - meetings are boring - ignores controversial topics that can become critical to team success - they agree with all the views and opinions of the team members - don't talk about different perspectives - don't say more than they're asked about - is an artificial harmony Managing conflict. Thinking: - confidence that the manager is prepared with facts for discussion - permission to have another opinion - open dialogue - a reminder of competencies Feeling: - knowing that they are important as people, that they are being heard - taking into account their feelings - permission to have another opinion - knowing it's not just about winning
MODULE III - Lack of engagement
lack of engagement - creates ambiguity within the team regarding its direction and priorities - there is a lack of confidence and fear of not being mistaken - discussions and decisions are constantly reviewed - it is very hard to get into action Getting commitment. - a list of checkpoints to highlight evolution - space to experiment ideas - not feeling rushed to make a decision without all the necessary information - showing that there are solutions for any bad decision
MODULE IV - Avoiding responsibility
Avoiding responsibility - the team does this to avoid uncomfortable situations - creates resentment among team members who have different performance standards - encourages mediocrity - delivery times are missed Taking responsibility - setting goals and standards - clarity on what is expected of them and eliminating ambiguity - Constant review of progress - allows the team to revert to the original track - Team Reward - creates a culture of involvement
MODULE V - Not paying attention to results
Not paying attention to results. - the team stagnates - goals are not common - is distracted easily - Team members are focused on their own careers and individual goals Focusing on results. - seeing the team as a whole, not as an individuality - understanding the role and importance of each person in the team - encouraging to see the common benefit, not just the individual benefit - presenting the results publicly
MODULUL VI - Rezolutii
Cum functionam mai departe - vei avea un decalog de functionare a echipei tale - vei putea conecta comportamentele la rezultate - vei avea o mai buna intelegere a abilitatilor tale si cum te pot acestea ajuta pe tine si pe echipa ta, atunci cand sunt folosite Instrumente de lucru - feedback recurent - 50/50 rule - sedinte pe bune - ownership si responsabilitate
09:00 – 09:30 – Welcome Coffee
09:30 – 10:45 – Training
10:45 – 11:00 – Coffee Break
11:00 – 13:00 – Training
13:00 - 14:00 - Lunch Break
14:00 – 15:45 – Training
15:45 – 16:00 – Coffee Break
16:00 – 17:30 – Training
Methods used in the course:
- Exercises and case studies
- Each theory illustration
- Experiential methods
- Assignments and exercises
Petru a absolvit Academia de Studii Economice, sectiunea Managementul Afacerilor, a urmat un master in Project Management la Kenessaw State University in SUA, precum si cursul Aspen Institute – Young Leaders Program. In urma cu peste 11 ani, Petru a inceput colaborarea cu Jim Bagnola, unul dintre cei mai cunoscuti speakeri internationali, HPDI fiind reprezentantul exclusiv al trainerului americ...read about the trainer
Our clients' opinions:
- George Mocanu, Owner, Phonetastic GSM Romania
- Stephan Willms, Founding Partner at Africa Enablers
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