Effective team facilitators are skilled in three specific traits: designing workshops, facilitating, and teaching in workshops. This article will teach you 12 key steps to up your facilitation game by designing an effective, real-world team workshop.
In this article, you will learn about Right-Minded Teamwork’s 5 Element framework, the essential characteristics of effective teamwork, and how to apply them in your team.
Creating and following team working agreements is a key characteristic of successful teams. Why? Because it increases the likelihood your team will meet or exceed its customers’ expectations.
Clarifying teammate roles is a sure way to sustain high-performance teamwork. This four-question roles and responsibilities workshop approach is faster and more effective than creating a RACI Chart.
All Right-Minded Teammates Embrace These 10 Characteristics to… Do No Harm and Work As One. Inspired by ACIM.
Reason, Ego & the Right-Minded Teamwork Myth is a short, simple “Origin” story that describes RMT Philosophy & Process. The eBook is Free.
Right-Minded Teamwork (RMT), inspired by and aligned with A Course in Miracles (ACIM), will place your teammates on a path to Do No Harm and Work As One. Learn that “forgiveness” and other concepts are common to both ACIM & RMT.
The goal of this real-world – Trust Dialogue Team-Building Exercise – is to increase and sustain teammate’s trust in one another.
When it is set up correctly, and teammates are emotionally prepared this will become one of the best team-building exercises you have ever attended.
The goal of this real-world – About Me & My Preferences Team-Building Exercise – is to increase teammate’s understanding of each other’s work preferences.
It is much faster and in many cases more effective than conducting a personality-type-style workshop.
The Right Choice Model and the 30 behavioral examples, together, is a marvelous teaching aid that will help your team choose its, Do No Harm & Work As One, teamwork attitudes and behaviors.