Pro-workshop on Team Collaboration by Dale Carnegie Training

Language: English

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This workshop aims to understand the importance of collaboration in organizations level. It will be also helpful to the mindset to cooperate with coworkers and be a leader in conflict situations. 

 

Workshop Objectives:

  • Collaborate with others to reduce conflict and create synergy
  • Identify opportunities for collaborative solutions
  • Build a collaborative environment through shared values

CURRICULUM 

1. Conflict to Collaboration

  • Overview & Definition
  • Collaboration opportunities
  • A process for driving collaboration
  • Characteristics of Successful Collaboration
  • Commitment to Collaborate on a conflict issue

2.  Being a Contributing Member

  • Overview
  • Self-Assessment: My contribution as a team participant
  • My goal for this workshop
  • Characteristics of a contributing member
  • Types of Team / Collaboration
  • Charting my current team interactions
  • Defining and meeting team expectations
  • Enhancing perceptions
  • Commitment to enhancing perceptions
  • Cooperation principles discussion and case studies
  • Summary & Applications

SPEAKER

Mr. Mark E. Patton

  • Trainer, Dale Carnegie Korea
  • CEO/Senior Consultant, The Prudent Manager (2017-present)
  • Senior Consultant, Manager Competency Development / Learning Service, Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd., (2016)
  • Organizational Development Consultant, GCT Partners, (2003-2016)
  • Consulting Services Manager, Samsung Everland Service Academy, (2000-2003)

 

USEFUL INFORMATION
DATE             Friday April 26th 2019 13:00 PM - 17:00 PM
VENUE          Conference Room,  2F, Carnegie Bldg.
                       (47 Yeoksam-ro 17-gil, Gangnam-gu, SEOUL)
FEES              250,000 KRW for FKCCI's members
                       300,000 KRW for non-members
                       *10% VAT excl.
LANGUAGE  English

IMPORTANT

  • Registration is on a first-come, first-served basis.
  • Cancellations must be notified at least 1 week prior to the event, after which cancellation and no-shows will be charged accordingly.

 

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