Personal and team development

Team facilitation | Team development workshops

Team facilitation

Putting the primary focus on the subject matter, with the approach shaped to promote team development. This involves:

  • applying normal facilitation approaches to the subject to ensure that the team achieves the required results for the task at hand
  • at the same time exploring and reviewing issues in team working – team maturity, balance of skills and roles, interpersonal relationships, issues around trust and conflict, etc
  • working together to develop healthy team relationships

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Team development workshops

Putting the primary focus on team development. I deliver workshops (one-off or in short series) to explore and develop team effectiveness. The focus is typically on interpersonal relationships, team roles and individual and team behaviours. Where appropriate I call on specific resources to support this work. These include:

  • Myers Briggs Type Inventory Step I and Step II (MBTI)
  • Belbin Team Roles
  • the Thomas Kilmann Conflict Mode Instrument (TKI)
  • the Five Dysfunctions of a Team model
  • Situational Leadership and Power Bases
  • DISC assessments
  • Personal Interests, Attitudes and Values (PIAV)

Where standard resources don’t fit, I develop bespoke approaches to enable the team to tackle the issues they face in the most effective and appropriate way.

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