Strengthen Resilience for Greater Productivity
In a face-to-face office environment, it can be tough for some people to build strong relationships. In a hybrid working environment with some people working in the office and some remote, it can be difficult for practically everyone. It’s not just the technology that gets in the way of making deep meaningful connections, it’s the lack of human connection. Hybrid teams need to connect effectively to build stronger, more resilient relationships.
With these advanced programs, hybrid teams learn how to change their mindsets, increase resilience, and improve productivity. Click on each program title to learn more about what could be holding your team back from reaching their goals.
Building and Sustaining Relationships at a Distance
The truth is, it’s more difficult for virtual team members to engage, connect, and work well with each other over time than it is for those who work face-to-face. Onboarding new members also requires additional management to successfully integrate them into the team. When new or existing members of a hybrid team feel disconnected, team performance can suffer from a lack of engagement and low morale. Poor working relationships breed misunderstandings, interpersonal conflicts, and absenteeism. It’s imperative to actively foster stronger hybrid team connections so everyone can move past growing differences and get back to work.
During this session, participants will learn how to:
- Strengthen bonds and bolster engagement with five virtual team activities.
- Apply tools in any web conferencing application for more effective connection and collaboration.
- Create one team activity to build and sustain strong hybrid relationships.
Equipped with this new set of interpersonal tools, your virtual team members can immediately mitigate team challenges in order to sustain strong relationships that bolster performance and productivity, a valuable outcome for your teams and your organization.
Better Communication and Collaboration using the DiSC Behavioral Profile
Every interaction has the potential to strengthen or break down a work relationship. Sadly, the latter is most often the case when different behavioural styles come into play. Virtual team members have the added disadvantage of not being able to pick up on some visual cues that speak volumes in understanding someone’s intentions. Misinterpreting other people’s behavioural styles can lead to friction and lack of conflict resolution.
Just think how much more productive your hybrid teams will be when each team member can:
- Describe the strengths and challenges each style brings to the team.
- Develop strategies for identifying others’ styles with only virtual cues.
- Discuss how to adapt our behavior to meet the needs of others.
- Experience impactful team-building activities for each of the behavioural styles.
The DiSC Behavioural Profile provides participants clarity about their own behavioural styles, and insights about those of others. By applying this methodology, your team will build and improve relationships one interaction at a time. More mindful communication enhances productivity, builds stronger relationships, and creates an optimal environment for
The Five Behaviours of a Cohesive Team
The Five Behaviors of a Cohesive Team® is a unique learning experience that prepares individuals for success in teams. The New York Times best-selling author Patrick Lencioni and the power of industry-leading workplace assessment tools come together in a breakthrough program proven to deliver business results.
The program helps teams understand how they score on the key components of The Five Behaviors model: Trust, Conflict, Commitment, Accountability, and Results. Individual team members will learn about their own personality style and the styles of their team members—based on the Everything DiSC® model—and how their style contributes to the team’s overall success.
After completing this program, participants will understand how to:
- Make better, faster decisions as a team
- Tap into the skills and opinions of other team members
- Avoid wasting time and energy on politics, confusion, and destructive conflict
- Avoid wasting time talking about the wrong issues and revisiting the same topics over and over again because of a lack of buy-in
- Build a team that creates a competitive advantage
- Create a team that is fun to be on