The Character-led Cooperation team session creates awareness of each other's talents, weaknesses, challenges and team roles. It gives everyone insight into how they can complement each other and make use of the existing qualities within the team.
It also shows which qualities may be lacking within the group.
These insights are partly created in practical simulations and under the leadership of a so-called Experience Director, differences and similarities in behaviour and communication are actually experienced in practice.
Making cooperation stronger by smooth, effective communication with one another.
This is based once again on gaining better insight into yourself, improving your understanding of others and understanding the dynamics between the two.
Our approach consists of three parts:
In this part, participants fill in two questionnaires online: Interaction Style and Character Profile. This provides information regarding team culture, methods of working, qualities, behavioural preferences and the key value of participants for the team.
In two computer-based training modules, participants are given an explanation of the models, Interaction Style and Character Profile so that they learn to understand the meaning of their own results. In addition, this knowledge also provides them with insight into other people's communication styles
During the team session all these insights are linked to the context in which the team operates in its everyday practice.
We focus here on fully feeling and experiencing, in other words personal experience. Practical examples provided by the participants are essential.
After this one-day training, you will understand each other's communication better, recognise other people's qualities and be able to assess their value in terms of their roles and tasks within the team. It results in improved cooperation and more effective communication.
This insight and understanding can help bridge differences and increase acceptance. More powerful connections add value to the team. Members feel more understood, more committed and more valuable. It increases the team's strength and therefore also its results.
Good cooperation requires constant attention and development. Compare it with a football team that also has to remain in training to continue achieving good results together in a match. For this to happen, it is important for the team to know each other's positions, but above all they need to be able to anticipate and reach each other on the pitch just that little bit faster and better. Exactly the same is true for teams within organisations.
At the conclusion of the team session and during an evaluation interview, we will make suggestions for a follow-up. We offer various practical and innovative services to keep team development interesting. For instance, computer-aided training modules, film material, apps, coaching and various training options.