Developing Collaboration Skills: Working with Others to Achieve Success ～Benchmark your collaborative skills and apply key behaviors for greater effectiveness～
Individuals in the workplace face many challenges to working together effectively, such as the shift from in-person to virtual or hybrid teams, reorganized workflows and reporting structures, and similar disruptions. Unless they can collaborate effectively, they will find themselves mired in project delays, miscommunications, and derailed initiatives.
Clearly, effective and authentic collaboration is more important than ever in today’s workplace. True collaboration can only take place when people are working together with a specific mindset and the coordinated skills to achieve it. This new research-based course can help you and your team develop the knowledge, skills and behaviors to embrace and execute effective collaboration regardless of work environment.
Participants will take a pre-course online assessment which will rate their individual “Collaboration Q” and offer personalized data they can use to identify the skills they need to develop and maximize their collaborative efforts.
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- ● Recognize the meaning of effective collaboration in today’s complex work environments
- ● Define and differentiate cooperation, coordination and collaboration
- ● Discover research on 5 key behaviors that strongly correlate to effective collaboration
- ● Identify your individual collaborative strengths and areas for development
- ● Learn what it means to go “above and beyond” in terms of collaboration
- A wide range of job functions and levels including individual contributors, managers, team members, group leaders, directors, project team leaders, and HR, L&D, and training managers.
● Recognizing the need for collaboration in the present business environment
● Learning how collaboration, cooperation, and coordination each drive different behavioral mechanisms
● Exploring the course model for collaboration behaviors
● Evaluating your personal Collaboration Q and assessing where it can be improved
● Understanding how problem-solving is a unique criterion for collaboration
● Analyzing dual-concern theory and the joint problem-solving process
● Learning how mutual planning and monitoring are essential for collaboration
● Discussing goal-setting theory, the planning process and the monitoring process
● Discovering how supportiveness, accountability, communication, and trust are essential to collaboration
● Developing an action plan to apply to a specific collaborative challenge
TOEIC Score 650 or Higher / Take an individual assessment “Collaboration Q”
- Course outline is partly subject to change without prior notice.