Overview and Outcomes:
Learning-simulations are in themselves an excellent tool for team building, because teams get to work together on a fun and stimulating problem. They get to form close bonds and see a different side to work colleagues.
This learning programme builds on that process by looking at issues such as building relationships, motivation/self motivation, how we interact (stroking patterns) and the psychological games we play – usually out of our awareness.
The programme introduces some key concepts such as stroking patterns and problems (a stroke is unit of recognition, any form of interaction is a stroke) and psychological games (unsuccessful, negative repeated patterns of interaction often with a hidden agenda).
So this learning programme seeks bring into awareness of the stroking patterns and typical psychological games of individuals, teams and organisations. This then helps them improve their stroking patterns, stop game playing and strength team culture and working.
Number of Delegates: 12 - 24
Who would benefit: Members of teams
Things I liked:
“Very informative and useful. A fun debate and activity that brought the team to work together”
“Working as a team with new people.”
“I liked the way that everyone had to work together but still in their own groups”
Key learning messages:
“If you work in a team, and listen to everyone, you will get better results.”
“How to manage finances better, negotiating techniques!”
Cost: £1499 + VAT (expenses will be charged at cost)