Effective team performance: when everyone brings the unconscious level into consciousness.
A 90 minutes long interactive webinar, where you will get more insight into how any person can positively impact resilience, change readiness, collaboration, team spirit, and thus support the value creation.
Self-leadership brings team spirit brings added value
When individual members of a team really resonate in their communication and actions, great things can be achieved. Yet, wherever there are people, there is human behavior.
Everyone looks through their own perceptual glasses, communication gets stuck, behavioral patterns take over and energy gets wasted.
In this webinar, you will
- learn which factor is responsible for your team spirit and why existing team patterns can sabotage collaboration.
- perceive the interaction between self-management and effective cooperation in a new way.
- discover how greytogreen can increase the willingness to change within your team, your department, and even the whole company.
- Example with which you will sharpen your perception
- How changing perspective can cause small miracles to happen
- Good game – bad game: discover and resolve team patterns
- Which power skills really make the difference
- The greytogreen effect: bringing unconscious levels into consciousness and thus successful collaboration to your teams
Facilitator: Diane Van den Berge
Diane is passionate about supporting people in their individual growth and towards being contributors to their company and society.
She supports coaches, facilitators, and managers in strengthening their own competencies with the peppermind pre-designed practical-pragmatic learning journeys and is happy for everyone who achieves success in their life and work. Her specialties are getting up quickly after failure and continue on her path, having the courage to leave a gap, because the gap holds the place for new things, and keeping calm when a storm is blowing – as an entrepreneur and also as a sailor.
She accompanies people in four languages and feels at home in many cultures.