Teams are defined by goals, roles, and organizational purpose, yet their success depends on the quality of working relationships. During this interactive three-day intensive, learn a practical model that applies the basic foundations of group dynamics to team design, management, and communication. Develop the knowledge and skills to build team stability and agility.
Learn how to
- Apply models of team development and related interventions
- Understand the general structure, dynamics and states of teams
- Practice key intrapersonal and interpersonal strategies and skills to enhance feedback and learning conversations
- Apply the Awareness Window tool to support individual and collaborative teamwork
This course is designed to enhance and deepen the coaching skills of leaders, managers, human resources professionals, new and certified coaches, counsellors and other change-agents, regardless of their role, who work in teams and groups within an organizational context.
Continuing Education Credits: this course has been approved to offer 15 (11.5 Core Competencies and 3.5 Resource Development) Continuing Coach Education credits (CCEU’s) by the International Coach Federation.
Discount: 15% discount when three or more individuals from the same organization register at the same time. Please call to register with discount. 604.822.8585. (Group discount does not apply to registrations via UBC tuition waiver.)
The format of this course is in-class.