Collaboration Skills for High Performance

  •  day(s)Duration
  • 1.4 CEU/14 PDU/Credits/Units
  • MDI1002Course Code
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Course description

This workshop provides a team development process that facilitates the development of a new team or the revitalization of an existing team. Project Managers and team members must be able to successfully collaborate in a team environment without positional authority, deal with different priorities, difficult behaviors and team challenges. Whether you are working with a co-located or virtual team, you will rapidly increase your team’s effectiveness with the use of these best practices, team tools and collaboration skills.

Who should attend

New and experienced Project Managers, Team Members who want to increase their ability to effectively collaborate in a team environment.

What you will achieve

  • What teams need —Seven factors project teams need to produce results
  • Accountability Model —Understand the importance of the cycle approach to accountabilty
  • Collaboration Best Practices —Behaviors, values and mind set to work collaboratively
  • Virtual and Co-located Meeting Effectiveness —tools and strategies for any type of meeting
  • Team Work Tools —tools used to align individuals and project team with the organization.
  • Team Communication Strategies —skills and tools for clear communications, decision making and positive interactions with all stake holders
  • Problem Solving Process —structured and creative processes for utilization of team to overcome obstacles and reach project goals.
  • Conflict Management —approaches and models to constructively manage team conflict.
  • Four Cores of Trust —Ability to develop trusted relationships.

This course is currently not scheduled. To be notified of the next available date, provide us with your information. Or, if you have a group to train, contact us to learn more about bringing this course onsite to your location:

Call: 1.800.288.7246 (US ONLY) or +1.978.649.8200


Form: Corporate Onsite Request Form