NewTeamwork and Collaboration

In the current VUCA world (volatile, uncertain, complex, ambiguous) the ability to function as a flexible and adaptive team is vital for organisations.  Inter- and intra-organisational collaborations are becoming the norm, as complex projects require the input of multiple specialists and stakeholders. 

This course focuses on boosting effective teamwork and collaboration, using Applied Improvisation as a fast-track experiential methodology.  It aims to help individuals and teams to become more effective by providing direct experiential insight into which attitudes, mindsets and behaviours help and hinder this development.

At Civil Service College, we pride ourselves on our ability to tailor our courses to each attendee’s role and organisations, ensuring that each delegate gets the most out of the training. Our courses and trainers are continuously updated and evaluated to ensure that we are always delivering the best service possible.  


key features of the course include:

  • experiential and participatory – learning through direct experience and action rather than theory, using the innovative methodology of Applied Improvisation
  • direct insight into which attitudes, mindsets and behaviours support effective team operation
  • distinguishing teamwork from collaboration, understanding the ways in which they differ, and the different requirements of each.
  • insight into individual team style preferences, and opportunities to explore alternative approaches
  • a focus on flexible and adaptable leadership and followership, and the ability to move between the two
  • an engaging and interactive workshop

Designed for:

Anyone who has a need to operate as part of a team, or to collaborate with others – which is more or less everyone!


Learning outcomes:

Participants will develop an understanding of the personal mindsets, attitudes and behaviours the help achieve good teamwork and will have a direct visceral experience of how good teamwork feels.  They will learn the difference between teamwork and collaboration, and access to the different skills required for each mode

They will develop flexibility in the face of uncertainty and discover techniques for group creative problem-solving. They will have an experience of both confident leadership and strong followership, vital for flexible and adaptable teams.

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Summary

Duration

10:00 - 17:00

Price

£595 + VAT

Location

St James's Park

Dates

28 November 2018 Book

In-House Option

This course is available In-House and can be tailored to meet your individual training requirements.

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Lead Trainer

Jon Trevor

Jon Trevor

His training methodology is entirely experiential – his abiding motto is “you can’t learn to swim in the library”, so all his training is practical and participatory. All though he uses a wide variety of training and facilitation techniques, his particular specialism is Applied Improvisation, which takes concepts, ideas, and techniques from the world of improvised theatre, and  applies them as a fast-track, powerful and effective training tool.  

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Jon Trevor

Jon Trevor

Jon Trevor has an eclectic background, having been an actor, a theatre director, a writer, a salesman, a university lecturer, a journalist, CEO of three SMEs, a trainer, a facilitator, and a consultant.  In one form or another he has been teaching, training, communicating and facilitating, for over 30 years.

He is a certified NLP Premiere Practitioner.

He is a Board member and Certified Practitioner of the Applied Improvisation Network, an international group of facilitators who use the skills and methods of improvisation to bring about social, personal, or organisational change.

He is an improviser and improv teacher, and Director of the Birmingham Improv Festival.

He has had features and articles published in The Guardian, Financial Times, The Training Journal, on Radio 4, and many others.

He is a licensed and experienced skydiver and aerial videographer with over 1,900 skydives in his logbook.

His training methodology is entirely experiential – his abiding motto is “you can’t learn to swim in the library”, so all his training is practical and participatory.

All though he uses a wide variety of training and facilitation techniques, his particular specialism is Applied Improvisation, which takes concepts, ideas, and techniques from the world of improvised theatre, and  applies them as a fast-track, powerful and effective training tool.  

Tailored in-house training

Civil Service College can deliver In-House training within your organisation that is exactly tailored to meet your individual training requirements.

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