Self, Teams and Team of Teams
A unique formula for team development
Initially developed for the occupational needs of NHS professionals during the coronavirus pandemic, our Self, Teams and Team of Teams (STATT) Programme is at the heart of everything we do.
The course covers:
Engaging in honest and open self-reflection to better understand your own biases and behaviours
Exploring new techniques to build on your effectiveness to lead, motivate and inspire others in your organisation
Participating in one-to-one analysis. Gaining a deeper insight into your own abilities and what is needed to achieve your organisational goals
This opening module highlights the importance of self-awareness with an emphasis on recognising patterns of behaviours and stressors within our lives. The aim is to consider our own behaviours within the context of a team environment.
Building on earlier learning, here participants consider leadership techniques as well as profiling team dynamics. The programme includes a series of experiential learning exercises - learning by doing - to help improve team performance.
Team of Teams
This final module focuses on using themes already explored to cultivate systemic change. Participants examine the challenges and opportunities of working in multidisciplinary teams and the benefits of an agile approach to sharing information and resources.
Improved self-awareness and understanding of your role within a team
How to successfully implement and lead change to benefit team interoperability
Enhanced resilience and dynamic strategies to adapt in the face of adversity, challenge and set-backs. Becoming comfortable with the uncomfortable
The importance of positive feedback and debriefing; re-affirming integrity, honesty, trust and respect in a team environment
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