• Facilitating a learning community and getting used to sharing informations, skills, experiences and key practices between participants.
  • Creating a trust environment that facilitate mutual support and constructive communication between participants – becoming aware of its impact.
  • Becoming aware of individual contributions to the success of the team and the impact of expectation identification behaviors and focus on the interests of the team members.
  • Becoming aware of the necessity of collaboration and interpersonal support in reaching desired goals.
  • Applying essential teamwork principles that contribute to overcoming relationship bottlenecks as a result of assumed engagement at a team level.

Participants 10-100

5 hours (adaptable)

Indoor / Outdoor

Together Everyone Achieves More – (TEAM) is as valid for learning communities as it is for teams. Long term results of a practice community are better both overall, and for each individual.

Practice communities (learning/good practices) are organic structures that evolve with their members, based on their expectations and involvement. This is why in forming a learning community it is important that participants discuss their needs, expectations and available time and develop trust in each other, understanding, a common perspective and common approaches.