Functioning in the Dysfunction
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Every team has its challenges which can create levels of dysfunction. This course addresses workplace issues and provides ideas of how to address and overcome them.
Over the years we have worked with hundreds of organizations allowing us further insight into the common issues in the modern workplace. We use these insights combined with brain science to educate teams enabling them to improve upon their culture and performance.
Not all teams find their stride or achieve the success they hope for. This creates a dysfunctional culture. Turn over, HR issues and unmotivated team members are some of the negative outcomes.
This course identifies the 5 major dysfunctions and provides solutions of how to become a more effective team, develop a more rewarding culture, and create engaged and motivated team members.
The Course Lecturers
This course was one Bob thought was invaluable to add. After spending years playing on different teams as an athlete and in the business world, Bob identified the consistent issues that prohibited or catapulted a team’s performance.
He asked Dean and Tania to join him in presenting this course. The different perspectives will help all participants learn what they need to do individually and collectively to become a high performing team.
In this lesson we begin the discussion of what causes a team to struggle. We begin with the topics of trust and conflict.
IGM President and Facilitator Bob Wilkie along with Facilitators Dean Sawatzky and Tania O’Neill, begin the lesson by addressing the cause and affects of these two foundational pieces that determine a culture of function, or dysfunction.
We continue the discussion of the dysfunctions leading to the final stages where chaos is defeated and strong, healthy cultures are defined.
The course wrap up provides strategies of how to change the dysfunction to function.
Every employee has a choice. It takes each and every member participating and working together. If the place of work is to be something special and rewarding, then all must contribute from the top down.