Creating a Culture of Collaboration and Teamwork

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My first job out of college was working in a psychiatric hospital for emotionally disturbed children, and the entire organizational culture focused on developing teamwork. Why? Because our hospital’s leadership knew that keeping the staff on the same page ensured our young patients would receive the highest quality care as well as consistent messaging from all staff members. In fact, our hospital was so well known for our culture of communication and teamwork that it ultimately impacted a competitor’s decision NOT to buy the hospital where I worked. Leadership at the competitor organization wasn’t sure they’d be able to effectively integrate our physicians into their organization given the physician’s loyalty.

My experience at this hospital, as well as experiences working in organizations that did not have a culture of collaboration, ignited my passion for teamwork, and taught me how vitally important collaboration is across the entire organization in every industry. As the story above illustrates, the right culture can build loyalty in all your stakeholders – from the board and high-level executives to entry-level employees and even clients.

Our upcoming workshop on July 23 focuses on building that loyalty by establishing a culture of collaboration. If you’re serious about increasing employee engagement and developing effective teamwork in your company, this workshop is for you. The Five Behaviors Personal Development Seminar will help lay a foundation for open dialogue and genuine interpersonal relationships.

Through This Training You Can Discover How To Help Your Employees:

  • Focus on developing trust and healthy conflict that drives productivity
  • Avoid time wasters like office politics
  • Meet opportunities head-on with confidence
  • Meet – and beat! – deadlines through commitment and accountability
  • Accept responsibility for their team’s results

Although we focus on teamwork, this training isn’t just for intact teams. The Five Behaviors™ Personal Development, based on Patrick Lencioni’s Five Dysfunctions of a Team model, teaches individuals to become better teammates. Through this workshop, you’ll learn how individuals at any level in your company can implement the skills and knowledge gained in Five Behaviors Personal Development from one team to the next – enabling a culture of teamwork while developing a common language to talk about teams.

This workshop is limited to 25 attendees, so register quickly to secure your spot. This is one training you want to attend!

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