We all must work collaboratively in teams to deliver quality products. The ability to contribute effectively in a team is among the most valuable skills to develop in a workplace. Many organizational problems are the direct result of people failing to communicate adequately. Faulty communication leads to confusion and can derail the best laid plans.
This topic aims to differentiate a group of individuals from a working team. The audience will learn about several elements of interpersonal skills such as communication, team trust, conflict resolution, motivation, and leadership – all of which help to convert a loose group into an effective team. This talk will also delve into simple models of communication, self-awareness, and motivation used by an individual or team to be effective in a global work environment.
Focused on several elements of interpersonal skills, this talk aims at the personal development of an individual that leads to effective working team: