We are organising the Radical Collaboration Training focusing on TEAMS from November 21-23.
This Training will be a unique opportunity to explore your individual and collective patterns of collaboration in a true learning environment together with other individuals and teams.
Radical Collaboration is a training that works on the inner side of business and work, and helps you to build more effective relationships - the very foundation of collaboration. When things start to get difficult or complex a strong relational basis is the key to move forward effectively and creatively. If this fundament isn’t build properly you can’t expect great results. That is why Radical Collaboration works not only with methods, processes and structures but also focuses on inner attitudes, skills, and self-awareness. Peter Senge, author of the 5th discipline and senior lecturer at MIT writes: “It is not the absence of defensiveness that characterizes learning teams but the way defensiveness is faced”
We expect that this training will allow you to:
Create and support a collaborative work environment
Explore your team dynamics and their individual roots
Develop a shared reference language and understanding on collaborative patterns
Deal more effectively with challenging situations and conflicts
Negotiate interest based solutions
Adopt a more collaborative mindset and attitude
Communicate skillfully and with more self awareness
Exchange with other teams to allow in-depth learning.
DATE: 21 - 23 of November 2019
Thursday 9.30 - 17.30 (lunchbreak 1 hour)
Friday 09.30 - 17.30 (lunchbreak 1 hour)
Saturday 09.20 - 17.00 (lunchbreak 1 hour)
NPO= 800.- CHF
FPO= 1300.- CHF
euforia community = 450,- CHF
The training will take place at Innovationsdorf, Wylleringstrasse 36 in Bern.
What does the journey look like?
Morning: First landing and sharing the theory and dynamics of collaboration, through practical experiences. Learning about the 5 essential skills for building strong collaborative relationships. Afternoon: Diving deeper into listening, understanding and working with ones defensiveness.
Understanding the Inner and outer dynamics of conflict, personal interest and preferences and learning to use interest based negotiations. Working on self awareness through the FIRO B self assessment process.
Exploring self accountability, and the dilemmas attached to it. Weaving learnings together, connecting different concepts and experiences as well as preparing for back home.