Studebaker Building, 622 W. 132 St., New York, NY 10027 - Conference Room 469
Course description: Being on a team means needing to work with others effectively. Learn how to make the most of your role in order to have your team perform in key areas including team decision making and problem solving, communication, and conflict management.
Category: Interpersonal Skills & Communications
Target Audience: Faculty, Managers and Staff who want to maximize their contributions to a team in any role.
By the end of this workshop, participants will learn how to:
Explore and experience how teams can solve problems and make decisions more effectively than people working individually
Examine the sharing of information in a team and why all members need to provide input
Understand why all roles are important within a team
Study leadership, collaboration and conflict issues in team problem solving and decision making and how they impact the contributions you make
Review key skills for team communication, including clear presentation of ideas and active listening.