Conscious Leadership Team Building - Your Success System
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- How to build a cohesive team from a place of self-awareness and intention
- Identifying your own style and preferences
- Assessing the values of your team members
- Recognizing the three main elements necessary for all successful teams
- Building a cohesive team using the 5 Dynamics
- Creating alignment and dealing with conflict within your team
- Examining what kind of team you need
- Have completed: Conscious Leadership Training and Development
-- Part of the Conscious Leadership Mastery Series [C2] --
How often have you found yourself collaborating on a strategy or a solution, yet there was nothing cohesive about the process? Often times, team members can be at odds with the methods, the implementation, or the deliverables.
Just because you have several people working together, doesn’t mean you have a team. Building a successful and cohesive team requires awareness about your own talents and those of your team members.
Here's what we cover in Conscious Leadership Team Building:
Identifying your own style and preferences
Assessing the values of your team members
Recognizing the three main elements necessary for all successful teams
Building a cohesive team using the 5 Dynamics
Creating alignment and dealing with conflict within your team
Examining what kind of team you need
- Team Leaders
- Team Members
Being present to what is showing up at any given moment requires a moment to moment conscious choice between fear and love, and reaction and responsiveness. The fours states of consciousness helps you identify how you are showing up in the world and the potential for a new way of being in the world.
Being effective at building a cohesive and productive team starts with knowing who you are as a leader and then integrating three main attributes to know the value of your team.