Team Building: Understanding Team Member Styles, Healthcare Version Team Building: Understanding Team Member Styles, Healthcare Version

Employee Development Collection by Training Network

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$399.99
V401
N/A
3778-DVD-E
19

Whether the task is functioning within a dentist office or designing a yacht, efficient and successful teamwork starts with knowing your teammates. With an online training video, workers learn how identifying your style, strengths and weaknesses when it comes to teamwork, as well as those of your teammates, makes all the difference between a successful project and a failure. The program examines four styles people use when working together, collaborator, contributor, communicator and challenger, and how those styles work together. It then discusses how each style brings something different to the group dynamic and ensures success as each performs a separate but equal task when it comes to problem solving. The program shows how each office has the personnel to form a successful cohesive group. By identifying the different styles, their strengths and how they relate to one another, a staff can work together at its optimal level.

Whether the task is functioning within a dentist office or designing a yacht, efficient and successful teamwork starts with knowing your teammates. With an online training video, workers learn how identifying your style, strengths and weaknesses when it comes to teamwork, as well as those of your teammates, makes all the difference between a successful project and a failure. The program examines four styles people use when working together, collaborator, contributor, communicator and challenger, and how those styles work together. It then discusses how each style brings something different to the group dynamic and ensures success as each performs a separate but equal task when it comes to problem solving. The program shows how each office has the personnel to form a successful cohesive group. By identifying the different styles, their strengths and how they relate to one another, a staff can work together at its optimal level.

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