Understanding Team Dynamics

There are two roles that a team member plays within the project environment.One role is the part that they play to deliver the project product, service and the second is the role they play as a team member.This half-day course will help participants focus on the “soft skill” side of being a team member.The instructor will guide participants through a self-assessment instrument that focuses on the Relationship Awareness Theory® which looks at motivation and behavior under two conditions:  when things are going well and when conflict arises.   This self-awareness, as well as being able to identify motivations and behaviors in others, will aid participants in becoming more productive team members.

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Key Outcomes

Upon completion of this course, participants will be able to:

  • Gain a working knowledge of Relationship Awareness Theory
  • Assess and validate your Motivational Value System, and recognize associated behaviors
  • Assess other types of Motivational Value Systems
  • Identify your conflict sequence
  • Recognize conflict sequence for others

 

Course Outline

Relationship Awareness Theory and Strength Deployment Inventory®

  • Gain a working knowledge of Relationship Awareness Theory
  • Describe the difference between behavior, intent, and motivation

 

Motivational Value System

  • Assess and validate your Motivational Value System
  • Recognize other types of personality styles
  • Identify the difference between valued, borrowed, and masked relating styles

 

Conflict Management

  • Identify when personal strengths become weaknesses
  • Assess your conflict sequence
  • Identify behaviors under conditions of conflict
  • Identify focus during conflict stages
  • Recognize ways to approach people in different stages of conflict