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Harmonious Team Building

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Introduction
Workshop Session Plan
Key Learning Outcomes

Workshop Focus:
The workshop focus is to develop skills for empowering the team to take responsibility for conflict.  The group learn personal inquiry, conflict resolution, problem solving and solutions generation.  The process is facilitated over several weeks depending on the nature of the team and problem.
Duration:
Full day workshop
Target Audience:
Staff and management
Expected Outcomes:
Participants learn to take responsibility for conflict rather than complaining.  They will come out with empowerment skills which will assist them to collaborate, listen, empathise, conflict resolve and develop solutions as a team.  The outcome is to ensure that teams own the outcomes by developing the solution.  It is everyone’s responsibility to ensure harmonious teams.

Introduction

The Harmonious Team Building workshop has been designed to empower staff to resolve their own problems.  The workshop has been structured to inform, educate and empower staff in perceptions, emotions, problem solving, conflict resolution, personal inquiry and ways to see differently.  The staff are taken through a workshop to educate them in these areas so that they feel empowered to deal directly with team issues as a team.

The workshop is extended over 3 weeks.

Week 1:  Harmonious Team Building Workshop – Part 1

Week 2:  Harmonious Team Building Workshop – Part 2

Week 3:  Identifying problems and generating solutions for the team

Post workshop follow-up can be booked to debrief on journals.

 

Workshop Session Plan

  • Introduction to harmonious team building
  • Outlining the REAL HOPES values model
  • The importance of positive laughter
  • Understanding perceptions
  • Emotional intelligence
  • The power of projection
  • Intent and emotions:  exploring Dr Emoto
  • Discovering the blind spot
  • Learning positive expression
  • What is positive thinking
  • Listening in Concentric Circles
  • What is Conflict? – Iceberg analogy
  • What is Bullying?
  • Problem Solving
  • Personal inquiry into negative thoughts
  • Basic mediation
  • Group problem solving
  • Role Plays
  • Wisdom

 

Key Learning Outcomes

  • Participants become awareness of values
  • Participants learn the importance of laughter and positivity
  • Participants learn more about perceptions, feelings and the impact of emotions
  • Participants become aware of their own blind spots
  • Participants learn how to express themselves and use I Statements
  • Participants learn positive thinking
  • Participants learn listening skills
  • Participants learn about conflict and bullying
  • Participants learn how to problem solving and personal inquiry
  • Participants learn about mediation in the workplace