Connect 34 Team Workshops

Individuals and teams are unique so it comes with no surprise that our workshops are designed to meet individual and team requirements

We facilitate engaging team workshops that are experiential, making sure the return on investment has tangible and measurable benefits for everyone.  To achieve this we take time at the start by asking the right questions so we can offer solutions based on the outcomes you want to achieve

 Workshop facilitation includes engaging team-building sessions to support your team away day or can be something more meaningful so that all team members can understand and appreciate one another better.  We also run employee engagement surveys and workshops based on the results of the survey, to improve employee engagement

Whether you're a leader responsible for a newly formed team or a leading a team which has been together for years, understanding and appreciating one another's strengths is an important factor to create a high-performing team

Take a look around our website, download our free resources and contact us to arrange a complimentary discovery session today to see how we can support your team 

The Secrets of High-Performing Teams

Includes what to listen out for and how to reply when asked about your 

STRENGTHS and WEAKNESSES

Secrets to Building High-Performing Teams

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WHAT TYPE OF TEAM ARE YOU?

There are three types of teams.

DEPENDENT TEAMS

Individuals have their own roles and work under the close supervision of a manager in charge, who sets the agenda, priorities and rules for the team

The team looks to the manager to provide work assignments, solve problems, and makes most decisions

 

INDEPENDENT TEAMS

Like a dependent team, this team is composed of individual team members who have their own roles

Unlike a dependent team however, the manager is not as controlling

Instead, team members work on their own tasks with only general direction from the manager

INTERDEPENDENT TEAMS

Members of an interdependent team rely on each other to get work done 

The modus operandi is to position team members so they can each do what he or she does best

They focus on each person’s talents and strengths and manage around his or her  weaknesses

A Strengths-Based Team

A group of imperfect but talented contributors who are valued for their strengths and who need one another to realise individual and team excellence

 

How CAN WE SUPPORT YOUR TEAM?


Contact us to see how we can help you create a
High-Performing Team or support your team-building initiatives

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