Teambuilding with Personality
We naively assume any group can automatically be a team. However, one of the biggest reasons teams misfire is that personality differences are ignored. By understanding your team’s personality types, you greatly improve its chances for success. By using a personality assessment such as Personality Dimensions, the Myers Briggs Type Indicator or DISC, team members gain a better understanding of their strengths, values and characteristics and those of their team mates. This fun, highly interactive workshop will assist teams to reduce conflict, increase collaboration and increase productivity.
The Five Dysfunctions of a Team
In his groundbreaking book, The Five Dysfunctions of a Team, Patrick Lencioni identifies five dysfunctions of teams that consistently hold organizations back from reaching their full potential. Lencioni shares a powerful team building model to overcome the Five Dysfunctions of a Team, this model has become the standard for eliminating the natural human tendencies which derail teamwork and create costly, organizational politics.
Using the Five Dysfunctions of a Team model this interactive team building workshop will be customized to fit your organizational and team needs. We will start by using a team assessment to identify which of the Five Dysfunctions your team needs to focus on.
Then we will work with your team to overcome these dysfunctions using tools, exercises, and real-world examples. Your team will develop a team building road map and timeline to reach your organizational goals and objectives.
“Striving to create a functional, cohesive team is one of the few remaining competitive advantages available to any organization looking for a powerful point of differentiation. — Patrick Lencioni
Paper Planes Business Simulation
Paper Planes, Inc. is a simulation that focuses on teamwork, collaboration, organizational effectiveness,breaking down silos, engagement, and customer service. This award-winning change management simulation allows groups of employees to learn the value of redesigning how they work, internalize those insights and bring them back to their jobs while also providing insights on how an organization or team can prepare for changes within their organizations.
During the simulation, participants play the roles of employees in an aircraft manufacturing company — assembler, inspector, tester and so forth. Teams have an opportunity to sell as many planes as they can make that meet specific visual and performance quality standards defined by the customer and also have the opportunity to redesign the process. The Paper Planes Inc. materials come in a kit geared towards the number of participants involved.
- Gain first hand understanding of how engagement and collaboration can improve key organizational outcomes, including cost, quality, customer experience and employee satisfaction.
- Learn how to work together across functional boundaries and help individuals “own” their work, becoming more invested in team and organizational success, stop working in silos.
- Break down barriers to organizational success and team-based change while reinforcing the power of teamwork and communication.