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Team Dynamics Training

While the Taking Flight with DISC training program develops self-awareness and helps people understand others through the Eagle, Parrot, Dove, and Owl styles, the Team Dynamics training program helps people understand their team and how to move them to become a high-performing team.

The session begins by examining how style creates culture. It then explores what an environment dominated by one style would look and feel like. Participants learn about the ideal environment for each style and discover the strengths and challenges of culture based on that style.

Team members will deepen their understanding of each other using the Team Dynamics Participants Guide & Report. The report contains an overall team graph and the opportunity to create a Team Grid that captures the entire team at a snapshot glance. With their new knowledge about how the styles manifest in a team environment, they will examine the strengths, challenges, and potential blind spots of the team.

The report also contains a one-pager for each individual to help them better understand each other. They will learn about what motivates each team member, what each person needs at work, the type of environment they each tend to thrive in, and the dos and don’ts of communicating with each team member.

Participants will learn about the Stages of Team Development (Forming, Storming, Norming and Performing) and will discover how each style experiences each stage. For example, during the Storming stage, Eagles face conflict head-on, while Doves try to smooth out conflict in the name of team harmony. Parrots may minimize conflict by positively reframing issues, and Owls may focus on disagreements related to the process rather than interpersonal dynamics.

Once they understand the Stages of Team Development, team members examine their team’s progression through the stages and identify the current stage of development. With a new understanding of how the styles react at each stage, they discuss moving the team from its current stage to becoming a high-performing team.

If the team wants to dive deeply into its culture, they can create a set of ground rules. Guided by a skilled facilitator, team members will use the styles as the foundation for creating an environment that resonates with anyone of any style. They will explore communication, meetings, risk-taking, innovation, managing change, decision-making, and conflict management.

The Team Dynamics training program not only reinforces the knowledge and skills based on the four styles, but this session also helps a group become a high-performing team.