In Part four of our five part series we walk through Skills Based team building. In Part 1 we learned that Team Building has Purpose and that when teams are functioning at their capacity in a productive manner, there is no stopping success.
One option is to Team build through Personality Assessment using something like the Myers Briggs Type Indicator to develop a deeper understanding of why we and our colleagues do things the way we do. And from understanding often comes conflict reduction.
While Activity Based Team Building is an indirect way of teaching specific skills while brings employees together, skills-based team building means direct learning.
Skills-Based Team Building
In skills-based team building, team members participate in workshops where they learn and practice a specific skill set, such as:
· Conflict resolution or management
· Reaching group consensus
· Give/receive constructive feedback
· Types of Power, Control and Influence
· Shifting Perspective
· Effective Communication
This type of team building focuses on skills that can be applied immediately to the work environment. Human Resource Managers may likewise use this team building approach to develop the leadership potential of members.
Skills Based Team Building is a superb option for developing your employees both for your organization and for themselves.
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