Each of the 50+ modules picks up a theme relevant to the experience of being in a group or team.
They have been selected to raise awareness and help people develop the skills to build agile, collaborative practice. In doing so individuals, teams, groups & organisations start to become more flexible, innovative and able to respond more readily to the volatile 21st Century workplace.
|Agile,High Performing Teams||Emotions & Emotional Intelligence||
Mindsets & Adult Development
|70:20:10 & Social Learning||
The Wider System & Systems Thinking
|Competing Commitments||Flow & Coaching||Motivation||Psychological Safety||Eco-cycles|
|Cognitive Styles||Group Dynamics||Management Styles||Purpose||Reflection & Retrospectives|
|Innovation & Creativity||Purpose||Complexity & Chaos||Trust, Vison & Values|
|Environment Dynamic||Learning Styles||Relationship Behaviours||Integrative Leadership||
Managing Conflict & Change
Anyone who has experienced working in 'high performing' or 'well-aligned' team will immediately recognise not only how productive this can be but also how motivating and inspiring it is.
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People are open, collaboration and communication is strong. Misunderstandings or conflicts are managed productively. Creative sparks fly and innovation is welcome. 'Failure' is seen as an essential part of the learning process
In contrast, in teams or groups where there is a level of misunderstanding, mistrust and dominating or controlling team members the outcome and experience can be very different. Whilst individuals may each have the skills and experience to carry out their roles, when interpersonal skills and relationships are poor, productivity and collaboration may be impacted significantly.
An agile organisation is dependent on multiple teams or groups working together effectively towards a common, aligned purpose.For this to work best the ENVIRONMENT they all operate within needs to support not 'hinder' their growth. How can it do this most effectively ?
We suggest 3 predominant 'ways of being', which reflect our mindset or 'mode of management' and share how these can impact how we turn up in the workplace, and our ability to perceive information, make decisions and manage change and complexity.
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Innovation Audit 2.0 Assentire has developed this diagnostic which provides a simple common vocabulary and method for exploring group dynamics and collaboration through a questionnaire, cards or workshops resources.
These Library modules complement the IA App and Certified Facilitator resources but can be equally be used as a standalone resource as the content is relevant to all groups or teams.
These themes directly inform and influence our own work in group & organisational dynamics. We feel it is important that they are accessible for the 'common good' and we fully support Eliademy's ethos of democratising learning.
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