cooperation in the team

Teamwork – a term that is spoken more frequently than it is implemented. HR departments are constantly on the lookout for team-minded employees and managers on all hierarchical levels. SCRUM teams require team members who are able to cooperate. In fact, participants team members often work at a variety of locations, belong to diverse cultures and are expected to develop both creative and innovative solutions for complex issues and make wide-ranging decisions on a professional and independent basis, quickly and for the benefit of the client.

Achieving demanding goals together

What makes a team more capable than individual persons or a group? Outcomes and the shared work process require a high degree of responsibility on the part of the team members. Communication and conflict management skills, problem-solving and process guidance competency, goal-orientation, dealing with differences, clearly defined roles, dedication, social competence and commitment beyond one’s own range of responsibilities are in high demand.

Utilise our experience in making cooperation into a positive experience. In our seminars on teamwork, intercultural cooperation, creativity in one’s professional routine, analysis and decision-making skills and virtual cooperation, participants learn to understand team phases and group dynamics, coordinating goals and assignments, agreeing on regular communication, implementing suitable methods, communicating on a goal-oriented basis and constructively reflecting on both their own role and the team process.

Clarify directly with us which focus for the learning group or a certain team, which learning objectives and what time frame are suitable.

Format: Seminar | Online seminar | Inividual training | Team workshop | Blended learning
Method: Exchange of experiences | Keynote presentation | Exercise |  Simulation | Role-playing | Self-reflexion