The KC&A Team Building process provides the essentials for any leader to develop skills in team dynamics and team leadership. The KC&A Team Building process is based on Dr. Chapman’s book, The Leader’s Code.
The Leader’s Code presents two core principles which form the foundation of the team building process.
- The effective leader will focus first on managing his or her own words and behavior.
Thus, the key to effective team leadership is leading one’s self well — to demonstrate how an effective team member operates.
- The effective leader will focus on leading others to lead themselves.
Working from a positive example, the leader then works to support others as they develop into and work on a team.
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All of the following link conceptually to these foundational principles and apply to team interactions:
- Individual Member Roles and the Team Process
- Types of Group Interaction
- Stages in Team Development
- Team Process and Issues of Personality
- Team Leadership
Team Building services are built around interactive activities and sessions for groups of three or more. Case studies based in real world issues form the basis for team analysis and development in our process. The “Myers-Briggs Type Indicator” and other assessments are used when appropriate in Team Building applications. Specific Team Building seminars are available for issues related to:
- Team Conflict
- Group Personality and Team Culture
- Interpersonal and Team Communications
- Leadership Style
(“MBTI” and “The Myers-Briggs Type Indicator” are registered trademarks of Consulting Psychologists Press, Palo Alto, CA.)
Would Your Leadership Team Benefit From The Team Building Process?
Take a few moments and complete a Gap Analysis for three to five of your team members, supervisors, or managers. Use the results to discuss and decide whether your team can benefit from a focused team building opportunity.