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Spark team communication about the protocols that can help us catch small problems early on (before they grow into BIG issues).
Spark team communication around root cause analysis and correcting workplace mistakes.
Spark team communication around project or product completion.
Spark team communication around how we can use our unique skills and abilities more effectively as individuals, or as a team.
Spark team communication around tips for keeping the team focused and on task when facing challenges.
Spark team communication on authority and how it can also be seen as influence.
Diverse teams with members from different backgrounds will offer an even greater variety of expertise and personalities. While it may take an increased amount of respect and awareness to work in concert, the team has a greater potential for victory.
We've all faced a difficult employee. Tackling tough situations often means taking a step back and thinking through the issue. Remember, conflict can be reduced and misunderstandings addressed or prevented when we take the time to deal with a bad attitude . These easy-to-use cards provide a simple model (A.T.T.I.T.U.D.E.) along with thought-provoking questions to create a respectful flow of communication - helping leaders, managers and supervisors address individual or team attitude issues. These cards are great for a quick training reminder, reinforcement or as a conversation generator.
Creating a team comprised of diverse individuals may require a more careful balancing of components, but in the end provides the opportunity for brilliant results when done with careful thought and respect.
Looking for easy-to-use tips for working with various generations in your workplace? Then this is the tool for you. With simple dos and don'ts - this training tool gives you plenty of information for your next training session.
Great meeting opener or training ice breaker for generation training! Forty trivia questions are listed (with an answer key) around popular culture and events during each of the major generational periods. Have fun. Award points. Reinforce key training concepts.
Quick, customizable activity to prepare people for upcoming training & create a motivating environment.
This activity is designed to spark a discussion about how different people have overcome bias. The real-life examples in the activity focus on different aspects of bias; they can be used individually or collectively as one activity.
This discussion trigger and energizer is intended to set the mood for the training session. Use any Sollah Interactive short video program (a SMART-START™ or meeting opener).
Diversity includes such factors as age, race, ethnic heritage, gender, sexual orientation, work experience, first language, income, family status, military experience, religion and many other unique characteristics. Inclusion is the willingness to go below the surface to connect and discover value through our similarities and differences. The goal of this training activity is to find others who share similar characteristics.
Adaptive communication is a skill that is also critical to organizational growth. Keeping something the same just “because this is the way we have always done it” hinders an organization from innovating and progressing. Adaptation taps into employee skill sets and allows people to utilize their diversity to improve upon old “songs”, making a new version that supports growth.
When communicating with others, particularly people from other countries, it is important to recognize when your communication style has become outdated and when it is time to upgrade to a new technique.
When judging the “dance” of another person, especially across differences such as culture, be careful about making judgments based upon what you think is important. Focusing on their “feet” while communicating may mean you are missing the most important part of their dance.
An outside energetic and supportive cheerleader can prove essential to the success of the team by offering words of encouragement, and if needed, expertise, suggestions, or technical support.
By collaborating with someone outside of their team, employees bring a broader view to their work. With a more diverse perspective, new insights are gained and the chances of success are increased.