Having an effective collaborative culture is a long-term process that involves shifting mindsets, understanding communication styles, and following a shared purpose.
For individual contributors, it means overlooking competition in favor of cooperation.
For leaders, it means developing a culture of trust, loyalty, and vulnerability.
Leaders don’t know it all. There’s no need to hide it. When they allow teams to play by their strengths and trust individual contributors to do their jobs as individual contributors trust them to lead with effectiveness, collaboration is possible.
Working in increasingly complex environments leads to unique situations: teams can either solve problems at a faster pace or create more disagreements at the same time. This invisible barrier stems from a lack of trust, unclear goals, and communication challenges.
Everyone knows that teamwork is important, but how can your leader inspire cooperation naturally without exerting their authority?
Our coaches, instructors, and facilitators have decades of experience in helping industry leaders initiate collaborative efforts in the workplace. Using contemporary studies in multidisciplinary fields, we can help your people understand the value of collaboration.
Each class looks different because we prioritize your organization’s needs, but by the end of the program, expect your leaders to have a good grasp on the following: