Now more than ever we need to work together to succeed in achieving our goals, and yet the very definition of "together" has changed so much that the way we collaborate is being put to the test.
What can we do to bridge the distances, strengthen the bonds and pave the way to a future where collaboration continues to be seen as the foundation of our achievements?
We need to understand how to master collaboration and become a STAR Team.
By exploring the part we can all play in supercharging collaboration. This programme looks at what drives collaboration, and dives into the specifics of what we can do to get the most out of our working relationships.
STAR Teams is a blended, interactive and practical experience that enables people to connect and commit to all of the elements of the STAR, so that anyone or any team can master the art of collaboration.
Anyone who is part of a team and wants to learn how to master collaboration.
2.5 hours of facilitation
2.5 hours of app learning
Over 2 weeks
The world is changing at a rapid pace and the old "rules" that we so often work by may no longer be helpful. With advances in technology and travel, our audiences have never been bigger and our reach has never had so much potential. How do we help our people adapt to these changes and how do we develop to cater for new cultures and audiences? How do we ensure our people work effectively together and feel safe and valued in their working environment?
A high impact welcome session helps participants to understand how to approach the learning experience and sets them up for quick access to the digital content. The purpose of this short session is to get the participants onboarded quickly and allows time for them to dive deep into the aspects that makes mastering collaboration possible.
Participants work through micro content to help gain deeper insight into all of the elements that make up STAR collaboration. From understanding how to create psychologically safe environments and BRAVING, to trust, through to building the inner drive to achieve results that comes from a sense of ownership over the work being performed and the ability to respond to challenges, knock backs and failures in a way that ensures a return to an optimal state of wellbeing in the least amount of time possible.
Throughout the learning experience participants are asked to reflect and consider what individually they can do in order to supercharge their collaboration. Our STAR collaboration worksheet supports our learners in understanding what actions to put into place in order to build collaborative super powers.
The learning journey comes to a close with an interactive live 2 hour session. In which the participants are asked to form groups and use the 4 points of the star to collaborate on a live activity. They are challenged to apply all of their new found knowledge and skills to demonstrate how they will connect to and transfer STAR back into the workplace. The session ends when participants amend their collaboration STAR worksheet’s and express their commitments moving forward.
We love a challenge here at New Wave Learning, especially one that develops our approach. So we were over the moon when Sarah Dena from law firm Royds Withy King agreed to partner with us on our MoveMe programme.
Royds Withy King