When conflict arises, a frequent reaction is to blame the other person and criticise their attitude. But if we look a little closer, we realise that in many cases, we ourselves are partly responsible for the situation. In such situations we fall victim to our own unrealistic and negative attitudes. By assuming the role of "rescuer", "victim" or "persecutor", this is what causes and fuels conflict.
With more remote working, improving collaboration is a hot topic. It's a fact that people should work closely to better understand what is going on. Decreasing distance often helps increase communication and creativity. But does this mean that we have to move physically closer? How to collaborate (and how not to) helps you to identify pitfalls, and find out the keys to better collaboration.
This course is designed to help you spot these psychological mechanisms in yourself and in others and to step out of what we call the "drama triangle".
On completion of this course, you will have a greater understanding of:
- The role you play in a conflict
- How to build strong team performance with a Shared Mental Model
- How to collaborate (and how not to)
- How to create a collaborative mindset
- How to create dedicated spaces for collaboration
- How to build team spirit
- The significance of cooperation and trust
- How to succeed in an impossible mission
- How to build vulnerability-based trust
- Preventing negative power in your team
- How conflicts can be healthy
- How to deal with the challenge of intercultural collaboration
- How do you collaborate in unpredictable environments?
- What is teaming
CPD Points: 1.5
CPD Duration (hours): 1.5
Access: 12 months from purchase date