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Have you ever thought about the fact that being part of a team is a skill within itself?
Professional teaming is a discipline that's still in its infancy. Team-centric structures for work are a comparatively recent phenomenon. In 1980, only 20% of work was team-based. By 2010, that number was 80%. (Hollenbeck et al, 2012). This is why we are all still trying to solve 'the collaboration problem' at work.
When we consider the nature of a team, we know there are a lot of things that can go wrong...
In order for a team to address these kinds of problems, it needs to be deliberate and thoughtful about the 'why', 'what', 'how', and 'who' of the group. It needs a team charter. With a team charter, the group builds a shared understanding of how they best work together and commits to act accordingly. It includes important details on common purpose, values and roles. Its creation is a key milestone in the team's onward journey, informing their direction and providing guidance when times get tough.
We've put together a highly customizable team chartering program that can meet the needs of (almost) any team. In this series of facilitated workshops, we'll guide you through the essential conversations and exercises needed to build the first iteration of your team's charter. You'll be able to put your team charter into action immediately.
The program will help you to...
Team chartering can take 1-5 days, depending on two main factors...
Once we take these factors into account, most clients find that they need 2-3 days to achieve their desired outcomes. During our discovery call, we'll seek to understand your goals and we'll make recommendations based on our extensive experience of working with teams. Every team is unique so your proposal will be customized to your needs.
Our Team Chartering program is built from these individual workshops...
I was really inspired by how much the team individuals were present and willing to work together. They have a better understanding of each other as people.
The exercise around future changes was a great way to get the team to think outside of their own individual work and to think about tackling a larger effort as a program.
I'd recommend PeopleStorming because they balanced an approach of fun and practical exercises that were able to keep everyone engaged and understanding the value of what they were doing.
Molly S. - Product Management Lead - Indeed
In addition to offering dedicated workshops and programs for teams, we hold regular sessions that are open to individuals.
If you'd be interested participating as an individual, let us know...
Everyone is responsible for creating the conditions where the work gets done; no one can do it on their own.