This workshop is designed to help you get teams “jump started”, focused from the very beginning and moving steadily on an upward curve of progress. What’s more, participants will actually experience the team-building process through in-class simulations, and through a disciplined, 9-step process improvement methodology.
Implementation of a team environment requires significant resources, which can be returned to the organization only if teams are successful. A primary key to success is getting teams focused, trained and organized very early in the formative stages. The progress of teams — and the benefits accrued by the organization — is directly correlated to a strong, structured team-building approach.
The workshop is highly experiential, using a wide variety of instructional and participative techniques. Participants will experience the process of team-building. Process improvement methodology, along with basic team tools and techniques are demonstrated and applied in a work-process simulation. The process is base-lined during the initial run of the simulation. Data and process analysis techniques are then utilized to identify and test process and quality improvements. The simulation is conducted again, using pre- and post-metrics to document improvements. The simulation produces a “soft” product and incorporates both administrative and production processes.
Participants will gain the ability to be able to:
This experiential workshop is for team leaders, facilitators and team members. The program focuses on the process of starting and sustaining high energy, high performance and results-oriented work teams.
This course has no prerequisite.
You will receive a course binder containing a copy of the presentation slides.
The First Team Meeting – The Most Critical of All
Establishing Team Structure and Organization