This course is about team building and how it can help create positive results. Being able to work together across both the individual employees’ professionalism and personality types has never been more important than it has become now. And the reason is simple: All processes are becoming more and more complex and therefore it requires a deep specialized professional insight to follow within each discipline – and therefore it becomes crucial to be able to share knowledge and think as a whole. Teambuilding helps to create a good unity and optimize the cooperation in a team.
Take home value:
- Tools for building trust internally in the group in order to gain trust externally
- Methods to increase awareness of success criteria – at individual, group and organizational level
- Insight into common values, as a starting point for High Performance Teams
All employees and managers who must be able to function efficiently and dynamically in a complex process.
- to create a good working environment at the relational level (increase EQ: emotional intelligence in the group)
- to clear up any misunderstandings of each other’s starting point for co-operation.
- to gain real insight into each other’s talent potential
The teaching alternates between presentations and exercises. Typically, day 1 will be more learning oriented and a 2nd day for practical work.
Sebastian Nybo is a renowned author, lecturer and business psychology consultant with international experience and network. He has worked with organizational development and High Performance Teams for more than 30 years. As a participant, you get access to both his deep professional knowledge as well as concrete experiences from a large number of the companies he has advised and supported into a dynamic team culture and increased well-being. He has developed a large number of effective and unique tools that provide an overview of a hectic everyday life – and you as a participant in his lectures and courses get direct access to them.
Sebastian is the author of the 12 theories and models that are part of the SEB theory set, and in recent years has specialized in the topics of Sustainable Management, Team Culture and Evolutionary Psychology.
He has taught more than 350,000 people both at home and abroad and has many years of experience in teaching and advising managers and key employees, and is today considered an authority in his field.
Program for the day
09.00 Why work with High Performance teams?
- What is a High Performance Team and how is it different to a regular team?
- Increased complexity is the driving force – learn to set the right pace for your HPT
- Research shows that it pays to work with High Performance – both for the organization and for the individual
- Get the 7 HPT keys to success we know characterize an HPT – and learn from the best
10.45 How to get started
- How to get started creating a High Performance Team
- What does it take for a team to go from well-functioning to High Performance?
- What can inhibit or slow down the HPT process?
- Are there competencies that the team lacks? If so, how can they be added?
- What’s in it for me? – Create focus on the gain for the individual
12.00 Lunch buffet and coffee
13.00 Build the optimal team
- How good is your team at High Performance in relation to the 7 keys to success?
- How do you put together the optimal team where everyone strengthens each other?
- If the team is already determined, how do you develop it towards better performance?
- What is the ideal size of the HP team?
- How does your team become better at optimizing each other’s professional competencies, individual strengths and differences?
14.15 Team culture – cohesion
- Gain basic insight into the 5 phases of the team
- How good is your team at High Performance in relation to the five phases?
- What do you need to do more of – and less of – to make your team a more HPT?
- How to promote an environment of mutual trust
- Create clarity about roles, responsibilities, competency and working methods
- Learn to make constructive demands on each other
- How to tackle the team’s biggest challenges: Energy loss, lack of independence, lack of focus and common identity, unconstructive discussions and blame
- Conflicts are signs of diversity – use them to lift the team to a higher level
15.45Presentation for day 2
- Maintaining HPT
- How does HPT become a naturally integral part of your work day?
- How do we reward good team performance?
- Practical tips on how to include new team members most effectively
- Define (ongoing) common goals and success criteria
16.00 Rounding off
Possible day 2
The first day’s teaching is mainly learning-oriented and therefore you can advantageously connect a workshop-based day 2, so that the employees get concrete new tools, as well as a familiarity with working with the HPT methods.
It applies to both days that we take a morning and an afternoon break of approximately 10 to 15 minutes duration. Mobile phones must not be open during training, and it is strongly recommended that meeting times be observed, as teaching can be difficult to start before everyone is present.