Teamwork: Learning from one another

We’re all different. You are undoubtedly very good at certain tasks, while another person is better at others. To get the best results from your team, it’s important to know what you’re good at and where you can use some help from other team members. In this training course, you’ll learn how to talk about what you expect from other team members. 

You’ll learn how to speak up when something does not go as you had expected. You’ll learn to review what you’ve done with your team so that you can continuously improve the quality of your work and learn from one another. 

Target group

All Academy staff who occasionally dread certain discussions, would like to learn more from their team members, wonder what their team thinks of their work, or believe that better results can be achieved but don’t know how to communicate this effectively to team members or their supervisor.

Programme

In this training course, you’ll work with tools that make discussions more productive and your teamwork more effective and enjoyable. We will use a series of scenes about teamwork at the Academy dramatized by professional actors. In the first part of the course, we’ll direct the scenes so that they reach a positive conclusion. In the second part, you’ll be asked to describe a difficult situation in your work. The trainer will help you use the tools in that situation to have an effective discussion with your team. If you like, there will be an opportunity for some participants to practise with the trainer/actor. 

Practical information

  • Duration: One session, from 9.00 a.m. to 1.00 p.m.
  • Dates: To be announced
  • Location: To be announced
  • Group size: Maximum of 12 people

Registration

The Local Consultations Committee (employer and union representatives) considers it well worthwhile to spend part of the employee benefits budget on sustainable career development. Training, courses and coaching meant to support sustainable career development are therefore funded from this budget.