The goal of this real-world About Me & My Preferences Team-Building Exercise is to increase teammates’ understanding of each other’s work preferences.
I used this exercise many times in my team-building practice. It was a wildly successful exercise. It never failed. And it is much faster than conducting a personality-type-style workshop.
In most cases, it was actually more effective than personality workshops because teammates address their most important work preferences.
Doing that means they can create meaningful Work Agreements to build and sustain Right-Minded Teamwork.
Do this exercise, and you will be following Reason’s Right-Minded Teamwork philosophy of Do No Harm and Work as One.
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While you’re at it, download our Free eBook – Reason, Ego & the Right-Minded Teamwork Myth: The Philosophy and Process for Creating a Right-Minded Team That Works as One.
This book teaches two significant Right-Minded Teamwork (RMT) concepts:
- The RMT Myth, a short tale that presents the underlying teamwork philosophy, and
- The RMT team-building process.
The RMT Myth is a short, simple story. It follows three characters: Reason, Ego, and you, the Decision-Maker. The myth illustrates the Right-Minded Teamwork philosophy, sort of like an aspirational thought system. The RMT process is a set of interconnected, team-building methods that together form a self-perpetuating, continuous improvement system.