Team Building Through Chemistry | Online Training Course

Team-Building-through-ChemistryTeams are unavoidable in any business, and so is the chemistry between its member(s); I, for one, would bank on it especially in a new setting, wherein chemistry always came naturally. When you first went to grad school, I am sure it was ‘chemistry’ that you looked for during the orientation, and it is probably due to that chemistry why you have those select few that you still communicate with. My first day at the faculty offices reminded me of the chemistry that I was looking for, and of course, is the reason I still exchange mail with my past colleagues.

In terms of a mission critical project, it is the notion of project chemistry that is the key to capturing some of the relational and behavioral dimensions resulting in a chemistry such as that between Ethan Hunt & Benji, in addition to others, and thereby affecting mission accomplishment. Therefore, the key to successful team building is paying attention to the vitality of chemistry between team members. It isn’t enough having a group of people to merely work on a project; they must connect with and balance each other’s strengths. By concentrating on the ‘chemistry’ as you build the group, you will not only be developing a sense of unity but decrease the chance of encountering pitfalls as well.

With our “Team Building through Chemistry” workshop, participants will discover the specifics involved in building a team through chemistry and how it will lead to success. Below are the workshop objectives and course contents:

Workshop Objectives:

  • Understand the team development model
  • Identify team chemistry
  • Create vision and goals
  • Appreciate diversity
  • Manage conflict
12 Modules Objective Certificate
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Course Outline:

Module One: Getting Started

  • Icebreaker
  • Housekeeping Items
  • The Parking Lot
  • Workshop Objectives

Module Two: Understanding Teams

  • What Is the Definition of a Team?
  • How Do People Feel about Being on Teams?
  • Why Do Teams Fall Apart?
  • Examples of Successful Teams
  • Case Study
  • Review Questions

Module Three: Team Development Model 

  • Forming
  • Norming
  • Storming
  • Performing
  • Case Study
  • Review Questions

Module Four: Chemistry in Teams

  • What Is Chemistry?
  • Factors that Influence Chemistry
  • Examples
  • Roles of Leadership
  • Case Study
  • Review Questions

Module Five: Diversity

  • Advantages
  • Complexity
  • Conflicts
  • Encourage Individuality
  • Case Study
  • Review Questions

Module Six: Vision and Goals

  • Creating Vision
  • Shared Vision
  • SMART Goals
  • Collaboration
  • Case Study
  • Review Questions

Module Seven: Roles 

  • Establishing Roles
  • Taking
  • Making
  • Avoid Power Struggles
  • Case Study
  • Review Questions

Module Eight: Leadership Functions 

  • Set the Tone
  • Conflict Management
  • Direct, Don’t Order
  • Encourage
  • Case Study
  • Review Questions

Module Nine: Develop Cohesion

  • Sense of Exclusivity
  • Connect Beyond Work
  • Outside Competition
  • Focus on Consensus
  • Case Study
  • Review Questions

Module Ten: Build Relationships 

  • Respect
  • Empathy
  • Open Communication
  • Share Credit
  • Case Study
  • Review Questions

Module Eleven: Direction of Team

  • Charter
  • Task Orientation
  • Monitor Performance
  • Feedback
  • Case Study
  • Review Questions

Module Twelve: Wrapping Up 

  • Words from the Wise
  • Review of Parking Lot
  • Lessons Learned
  • Completion of Action Plans and Evaluations

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