This Trainee-centered course includes the following training methodologies:-
- Talking presentation Slides (PPT with audio)
- Simulation & Animation
- Case Studies
- Gamification (learning through games)
- Quizzes, Pre-test & Post-test
After completing the course, the employee will:-
Apply and gain a fundamental knowledge on teamwork Understand the value of teamwork both for individual and organizations Identify the purposes and functions of the Johari window as a model of self-disclosure and self-awareness Understand what team work is and the stages of forming an effective team (forming, norming, storming, performing, adjourning) Understand his/her role within the team and contribute to accomplishing team goals by completing their share of work in a timely manner Understand the importance of team’s objectives and how they impact teamwork (e.g. need for the project, expected outcomes, deadline, budget, roles and responsibilities of team members, etc.) Understand and have practiced how to share knowledge and report progress with your co-workers Understand and have practiced the importance of prioritizing his/her work while ensuring the team is not impacted and the various factors in shaping team performance Understand the cultural dimensions as used by Hofstede and how they differ for the various cultures working in the K-group Learn to support others on his/her team by offering help as needed and become a reliable member of the team Learn how engage in collaborative group discussions while respecting others’ views and inputs Understand the tools available in the K-group for team collaboration Be able to define the different types of diversity and culture and the different types of stereotypes that cause cross-cultural misunderstanding Understand and have practiced how to communicate effectively with cross cultural teams Identify the skills required, accomplish a goal and apply teamwork, delegation, efficiency, ideas and support Communicate the value of collaboration, take advantage of multiple skill sets and promote friendly pressure to get done on tim Illustrate Johari window model, form a team and characterize high-performing teams Categorize encourager, compromiser, leader, summarizer/clarifier, ideas person, evaluator and recorder Apply knowledge sharing and discuss the importance of prioritizing Encourage everyone’s participation, get attention to get buy-in, apply persuasion, negotiation and make decisions Recognize cultural dimensions, trust each other, clarify roles, communicate openly and effectively, appreciate diversity and balance the team's focus Identify communication barriers, cultural communication barriers, language barriers, hostile stereotypes and behavior differences Communicate effectively with cross cultural teams, develop awareness of individual cultures and demand mutual acceptance Avoid workplace conflict, prevent conflict and apply teamwork in problem solving strategies
Organizations are complex networks of human interaction and at the end it is always people that make things work. If they are willing to cooperate as a team, a system will change and thrive. If they are not, it will die. Teams provide the social “glue” in organizations that melds together people, processes, and technologies to produce services or products. Organizations cannot function without teams. However, teams must be designed and managed properly in order to fit organizational cultures and strategies.
Of all the challenges faced by organizations today, teamwork ranks as one of the biggest and most critical. With organizations increasingly dependent on high-performance teams for virtually every imaginable activity, teamwork has become a major business strategy and getting teams to work an absolute necessity. This interactive course is designed to give participants a lasting capability to work together in powerful and productive teams.
This E-Learning course is designed to provide participants with the fundamental knowledge and skills of team work. It will cover the personal styles and the value of teamwork both for individual and organizations.Further, the course will also discuss the skills required, accomplish a goal and apply teamwork, delegation, efficiency, ideas and support; communicating the value of collaboration, taking advantage of multiple skill sets and promoting friendly pressure to get done on time; the Johari window model, forming a team and characterize high-performing teaming; categorizing encourager, compromiser, leader, summarizer/clarifier, ideas person, evaluator and recorder; and applying knowledge sharing and the importance of prioritizing.