This real-world Trust Dialogue Team-Building Exercise aims to increase and sustain teammates’ trust in one another.
This is an effective and impactful exercise.
If you are not already an experience team-building facilitator, it is recommended you ask a qualified facilitator to lead this exercise. There is a slight possibility it could upset some teammate relationships rather than improve them.
That said, when the workshop is correctly set up, and teammates are emotionally and psychologically ready, this exercise, conducted in an all-hands meeting, will become one of the best team-building practices you have ever witnessed.
All you need to know for setting up and facilitating this workshop is in this book.
- This is a one-on-one breakout exercise conducted in an all-hands team meeting.
- One week before the all-hands team meeting, the team leader and facilitator conduct a teammate preparation meeting to prepare…
- Teammates for the exercise by completing the Trust Dialogue Worksheet
- At the beginning of the all-hands team meeting, the facilitator will present, clarify and gain agreement to achieve the outcomes
- Next, teammates will be instructed to begin conducting their dialogues
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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.