Team Building

Trinity Training & Development - Communication

MANY TEAMS STRUGGLE BECAUSE OF DISTRUST, POOR COMMUNICATION, AND LACK OF COMMITMENT TO THE TEAM'S GOALS.

Our approach to team development begins with an assessment of your team’s strengths and challenges. We then craft a solution designed to address the obstacles to effective performance.

Our training processes improve team performance by:

  • Helping teams build trust based on honesty and openness
  • Understanding and valuing differences on the team
  • Utilizing the input of all members so that commitment and buy-in are increased
  • Creating a clear structure for conducting meetings
  • Minimizing non-productive behavior that inhibits dialog

Five Behaviors of a Cohesive Team

Intact teams with 3-12 members

The Five Behaviors of a Cohesive Team™ is designed to help professionals and their organizations discover what it takes to build a truly cohesive and effective team. The Five Behaviors profile, which provides both individual and team feedback, is grounded in the model described in The Five Dysfunctions of a Team, the internationally best-selling leadership book by Patrick Lencioni.

Through the use of experiential activities, video, and discussion, an intact team is lead through the powerful The Five Behaviors model, learning and practicing the behaviors that will make the team more cohesive and improve its performance.

Recommended group size:

3 – 12 participants

Time commitment:

1.5 – 2 days

Improving Teamwork through DiSC

All levels of the organization

Improving Teamwork Through DiSC is an excellent workshop for new teams, as a team building program, or for teams who need a communication refresher. Through this training, individuals will:

 

  • Understand individual behavioral styles, along with strengths, weaknesses and motivations
  • Develop an awareness of how each style is perceived
  • Learn tools for adapting behavior to the styles of others
  • Develop strategies for more constructive conflict resolution
  • Develop clearer communication with peers, superiors, and subordinates

Recommended group size:

12 – 25 participants

Time commitment:

One half or full day

Leading Collaborative Teams

Supervisor and Managers

To lead effective meetings, leaders must have an awareness of individual differences, an understanding of group dynamics, and a framework for structured, focused, and productive meetings. Leading Collaborative Teams is designed for anyone who has to lead group meetings and needs practical tools for managing group dynamics in an effective and productive way.

 

  • Develop skills to communicate to people with different personalities
  • Create a consistent structure for conducting sessions
  • Learn skills for defusing inappropriate and obstructive participant behavior
  • Learn how to build a team environment based on trust and safety
  • Build a team environment based on trust and safety
  • Create ground rules for effective functioning
  • Develop clear goals and action plans
  • Learn to manage the content, process, and pace of a meeting
Trinity Training & Development - Communication

Recommended group size:

12 – 25 participants

Time commitment:

One or two-day training