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Advanced Teamwork and Cooperation Skills

Overview:

Introduction

To maintain smooth and efficient operations, managers and heads always seek to instill the value of teamwork in the individuals they work with.

The ability to work cooperatively within varied teams, workgroups, and across the company to achieve group and organizational goals is known as teamwork and cooperation. It involves the desire and capacity to comprehend others from various backgrounds and with various points of view, as well as the ability to do so.

This training session examines the characteristics and advantages of creative and cooperative teams. Companies increasingly view creativity and collaboration as a fundamental source of competitive advantage, with advantages for team and organizational performance, motivation and engagement, and talent development. But in order to reap these advantages, leaders must now meet new challenges and adopt new leadership techniques.

Course Objectives

At the end of this course, participants will be able to:

  • Evaluate the salient characteristics and advantages of creative and cooperative teams.
  • Make the conditions favorable for collaboration and creativity
  • evaluate their team's present and desired creativity and collaboration skills, and establish a development strategy accordingly.
  • Consider the most effective methods for fostering collaboration and innovation.
  • Examine common strategies for creating mutually agreed-upon objectives.
  • Use leadership techniques that promote team achievement, innovation, and collaboration.

Targeted Audience

  • Those in positions of leadership and management who are in charge of overseeing or developing the performance of their teams
  • experts in HR and learning and development who are in charge of enhancing organizational capabilities

Course Outline

Unit 1:The Benefits of Innovation and Collaboration

  • How innovation works
  • Competition versus cooperation
  • acquired behaviors
  • teams that are creative and cooperative
  • The collaborative and inventive team mentality

Unit 2: Building the Innovative and Collaborative Team

  • team values that are innovative and cooperative
  • high-performance metrics and objectives
  • Collaboration and creative thinking
  • evaluating teamwork
  • creating a program for team development

Unit 3:Creating the Right Environment for Innovation and Collaboration

  • The evolution of leadership
  • Personal creative work
  • strengths and weaknesses of each person
  • Communication and trustworthiness Recognition and progress-feedback
  • A source of creativity and team cohesion is productive conflict.

Unit 4:Inspiring Shared Purposes and Common Goals

  • Personal preferences and objectives
  • constructing a success vision for the team
  • Analysis of the "force field"
  • regions of strategic importance
  • evaluating success and progress

Unit 5: Leadership Practices for Innovative and Collaborative Teams

  • guiding principles: referencing outstanding experiences
  • Communication between and within your team Meetings of the team
  • Decision-making by the team and by the leader
  • Individual and collective accountability
  • creating a plan of action for oneself and your team

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