Seven Critical Team Building Skills

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Is Your Team Achieving Results?

It is a fact without effective team building skills, a team's ability to accomplish its goals will be derailed.

If team members, including the team leader, regularly

  • Struggle with staying on track,
  • Lack motivation or energy,
  • Are unable to solve problems effectively,
  • Cannot resolve conflict well,
  • Communicate poorly with each other during team meetings,
  • Don't know how to collaborate well together,
  • Disrespect or belittle one another's ideas or opinions,
  • Fail to encourage or affirm each others contributions,
  • Feel overwhelmed or intimidated by the task ahead,

The team will be unable to accomplish its goals or purpose successfully.

Perhaps you recognize or have experienced some of these symptoms of ineffective teamwork.

This is why every team leader must learn about the following

SEVEN critical skills and how to put them into practice.

They are:

  1. How to keep a team motivated and engaged during team meetings.
  2. How to reduce tension and resolve conflict on a team.
  3. How to communicate effectively on a team.
  4. How to develop creative and successful solutions to problems.
  5. How to collaborate as a team and make good decisions.
  6. How to encourage each person's unique capabilities so they can help their team succeed
  7. How to develop trust on a team.

To equip both team leaders and team members, we are offering relevant and valuable tools, activities, exercises, checklists, assessments, questionnaires, guidelines, and methods for measuring team development; PLUS other valuable resources to help you develop each of these skills.

We are offering TWO E-Guides which both consolidate and ADD TO the information on this Website. The Team Building Skills in both E-Guides complement all of the concepts and skills in this site.

A Team Leader's Tool Kit: Getting Your Team on the Right Track contains everything you need to start a successful team, maintain its effectiveness, and keep your team motivated and energized until its purpose has been accomplished.

Included in its 39 pages are outlines for effective team meetings, important team values, and many team building skills including how to set ground rules as a team, how to improve communication, and how to build trust and unity on the team.

Creating strong bonds makes it easier for team members to give and accept help from one another. The team building skills in this E-Guide will encourage team members to help each other feel supported, appreciated, respected and affirmed, which is proven to increase a team's motivation and endurance.

You will also learn how to become the kind of leader your team will want to follow.

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From Conflict to Cooperation: A Team Leaders Survival Guide. Included in the 32 pages of this E-Guide are unique tools, insights, assessments, and strategies for preventing unnecessary conflict, resolving differences, diffusing tension, and creating the kind of trust and camaraderie that will help you and your team to overcome whatever challenges you may encounter.

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Design your own Team Building Workshop with the help of a skilled coach. We can help you with the content and the timing of your workshop so it meets your needs, whether you are a corporate leadership team, a community based team or a church team.

We have mentored hundreds of managers who'd like to become more effective and confident team leaders.


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