This team building workshop aims at developing a healthy and fulfilled workforce by pinpointing conflicts within the work environment and by solving these through effective intercultural communication.
A recent study by researchgate.net shows that the single most important skill to develop your workforce is communication, followed by team work. And interestingly, this does not depend on where your business is located around the globe, or whether you are a small, medium-sized or large corporation. Developing communication and team work skills is the responsibility of the top management and will remain so for the years to come.
In this thought-provoking Team Building and intercultural communication workshop, your executives will develop exactyly these skills, by pinpointing conflicts in the workplace, by identifying silos in your organization, by overcoming team dysfunctions and by developing a culture in which a happy and fulfilled workforce thrive.
Cultural differences are at the heart of most conflicts, and in this this fascinating intercultural workshop, executive dive into a world of powerful analysis, enjoyable case studies, surprising team building activities, breath-taking motivational taks and imaginative solutions to your organizations most pressing problems.
Team building and intercultural communication
Before the start of the workshop, participants...
- fill in the TKI conflict mode questionnaire and the culture in the workplace questionnaire.
During the workshop, participants are...
- inspired by fun, interactive and engaging team building activities,
- having a deep and metaphysical team bonding experience,
- getting to know one selves and each other better,
- learning about TKI conflict mode instrument (Thomas Kilman) and Cultural Dimensions (Gerd Hofstede)
- having a fun and enjoyful time.
After the workshop, participants will be able to...
- trust one another,
- identify positive and negative conflict in the workplace,
- understand the difference between embracing conflict and avoiding conflict,
- remember the different conflict styles,
- demonstrate how negative conflict can be effectively avoided in the workplace,
- recognize cultural dimensions,
- explain cultural difference such as power distance, individualism uncertainty avoidance, long term orientation,
- and develop team-oriented culture and where people are happy, stress-free and deeply committed.