SUPPORTING TEAM WORK
This programme focuses on increasing team resilience. Team resilience is the ability of the team to deal with setbacks. It determines how susceptible the team is to stress and how the team continues to function under pressure.
Team resilience stems from how people work together, trust each other, appreciate and use each other's skills and strengths, how they communicate, are optimistic about their team, and how motivated the team members are to do their work. These factors actively contribute to the creation of a good climate, enabling the team as a whole to rebound and even grow when faced with difficulties or setbacks.
Together with the team, strengths and challenges of the individual team members and the team as a whole are mapped. Next, we work in an experience- and practice-oriented manner on the different building blocks of a resilient team, such as trust and optimism, connecting communication, and working towards shared values and team goals.
Recommended for teams who want to strengthen their resilience as a team.
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The quality of our (working) relations has a great impact on our resilience. Moreover, sound team relationships provide a buffer against work-related stress. A well-functioning team, in turn, is a basic condition for achieving results.
Our programme intends to increase employees’ and managers’ awareness of the importance of good social relations and of the foundations for strong teamwork and cooperation. Depending on the specific question, specific team models are built in to work with.
Recommended for employees, managers and teams who are curious about team functioning and creating greater solidarity.
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In any workplace, conflicts can occur sooner or later. It is important not to assume that they will go away by themselves. Training managers and other internal well-being actors in the required preventive and curative conflict management skills is therefore essential. Managers learn to provide constructive support when conflicts first arise, as well as to distinguish between milder disagreement situations and more complex conflicts that are best handled by professional help.
Recommended for those who need to know the basics of conflict prevention and management, and to learn the necessary skills to deal with it.
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