31 Min.

#17 Tools to build stronger teams including Miro Template for free Inside the Box - The Innovator's Podcast by dorris

    • Wirtschaft

In the first episode of our new season „Inside the Box“ we introduce three great tools to build stronger teams and establish a trustful atmosphere in your company. Building upon our Workshop Format „The Team Resort“ we introduce you to the following tools:
#1 Checkin and Checkout [6.13]
When to use: at the beginning and the end of each meeting or workshop
What’s the purpose? Checking-in/out invites each team member to be present, seen, and heard. Checking-in emphasizes presence, focus, and group commitment; checking-out emphasizes reflection and closure.
Tool #2: Project Goals [13.03]
When to use: at the project’s kickoff. 
What’s the purpose? This tool can help provide clarity about “what success looks like”; uncover hidden assumptions about activities, outcomes, success, and failure; and identify potential causes of failure. Get your team aligned towards the same goals!
Tool #3: I appreciate - a Feedback exercise [19.30]
When to use? Effective feedback given regualrly is one of the most important ingredients in building constructive relationships and strong teams
What’s the purpose? Feedback helps your team members gain a growth mindset. Feedback creates a culture that enable learning and growth, which results in improved engagement and productivity.
👉 Find the Miro Template here: https://miro.com/app/board/o9J_l7bnS6g=/ 
👉 The Book „Nonviolent Communication“ by Marshall B. Rosenberg can be found on Amazon

👉 More info on our "Team Resort" Workshop to build stronger teams: https://www.hidorris.com/the-playground#teamresort 

In the first episode of our new season „Inside the Box“ we introduce three great tools to build stronger teams and establish a trustful atmosphere in your company. Building upon our Workshop Format „The Team Resort“ we introduce you to the following tools:
#1 Checkin and Checkout [6.13]
When to use: at the beginning and the end of each meeting or workshop
What’s the purpose? Checking-in/out invites each team member to be present, seen, and heard. Checking-in emphasizes presence, focus, and group commitment; checking-out emphasizes reflection and closure.
Tool #2: Project Goals [13.03]
When to use: at the project’s kickoff. 
What’s the purpose? This tool can help provide clarity about “what success looks like”; uncover hidden assumptions about activities, outcomes, success, and failure; and identify potential causes of failure. Get your team aligned towards the same goals!
Tool #3: I appreciate - a Feedback exercise [19.30]
When to use? Effective feedback given regualrly is one of the most important ingredients in building constructive relationships and strong teams
What’s the purpose? Feedback helps your team members gain a growth mindset. Feedback creates a culture that enable learning and growth, which results in improved engagement and productivity.
👉 Find the Miro Template here: https://miro.com/app/board/o9J_l7bnS6g=/ 
👉 The Book „Nonviolent Communication“ by Marshall B. Rosenberg can be found on Amazon

👉 More info on our "Team Resort" Workshop to build stronger teams: https://www.hidorris.com/the-playground#teamresort 

31 Min.

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