Improving Teamwork in your Workplace
Knowing Point’s Teamwork principles help business leaders
improve the effectiveness of their teams and make the organization
more nimble and responsive to change. Knowing Point presents
simple principles and guidelines proven to deliver results.
overview includes real world examples and best practices
from Knowing Point’s 25 plus years of guiding organizations
through better, faster, cost effective change with teamwork
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Collaborative Leadership: Leverage the power of involvement
The workshop develops essential skills and practical tools for fostering
creativity and tapping into the wisdom of people within the organization.
Through learning how to facilitate and design processes of involvement,
commitment increases and team responsibilities become mutual
accountabilities. The premise of workshop is that the role of leadership evolves.
Traditional "top-down" approaches
to leadership cannot support the skills, creativity and commitment
needed for innovative solutions to complex problems. Leadership
capacity needs to be dispersed throughout the organization. A single person
can no longer be expected to provide all the necessary leadership
functions. It recognizes that the power to change organizations
in relationships rather than in one person.
Powerful Team Meetings:
Use the power of teams at work to transform ideas into actionable results
Success in teams happens when there is a commitment to the facilitative
process. Talented individuals become peak team contributors
when they are involved and
focused on decisions leading to business results.
If you are committed to
transforming individual effort into teamwork that works, this seminar
is for you! Knowing Point’s Powerful
Team Meetings will provide concrete ways to help you maximize
the outcomes of team meetings also:
• Learn how to use the key seven tools to build trust and deliver
• Be better able to handle predictable challenges during
• Learn how to handle difficult team members and situations
• Understand how to keep meeting feedback out of the parking