Imagine working in an environment where everyone feels comfortable sharing information, learning from each other, making suggestions for changes and improvements, and asking for what they want. Sounds idyllic? Cooperation and collaboration are not just values; they are also skills – skills that can to be trained, practiced, and developed. When collaborative skills are demonstrated consistently by leaders and employees in a work environment, these values come alive and so become a part of the culture and the daily routine. Creating a culture of trust will make you and your business flourish and grow, not to mention make your workplace more attractive to new talent. This training program, Collaborative Communication, is divided into 4 modules. Each module focuses on developing a specific skill set that revolves around interacting with others to promote engagement and collaboration within a distinct professional setting.
Being able to present and share information confidently and naturally is an important skill when collaborating in a professional environment. In this module, we focus on how to engage and interact with your audience to make a competent and memorable impression. Additionally, we look at how to be more persuasive and build a convincing argument.
Cultivating a collaborative mindset as well as developing an attitude of self-leadership and self-responsibility are crucial skills for making teamwork work. In this module, we focus on the dynamics of teamwork and how to maximize the potential of working in a team. Additionally, we look at how leading yourself improves cooperation with others.
The sooner we recognize potential for conflict and address it, the easier it is to prevent escalation. In this module, we look at how to give constructive feedback and confront challenging situations in such a way as to preserve and even improve your working relationships. This ability is critical for collaboration. Conflict is inevitable, but combat is optional.
Everything in life is a negotiation. Nevertheless, there are different negotiation settings that require different approaches. In this module, we will look at internal negotiations and how to approach them cooperatively so as to maintain – and profit from – long-term working relationships.
Each module can be booked separately as individual seminar day(s) or all together as a training course. The length of each module depends on the needs of the client and is determined after a thorough needs analysis. Training can be conducted on-site and/or online.
Workshop Part 1: 9 a.m. – 12 p.m.
Lunch break: 12 p.m. – 2 p.m.
Workshop Part 2: 2 p.m. – 5 p.m.
The price is valid per person. Ask for group discounts.
We will contact you to arrange a specific training date.