Calling all MICLers and anyone interested in improving their performance in teaming and teamship. We are all in many teams nowadays (a team is 2 or more people working together) so it is not so much about building teams but a personal responsibility for better teamship or improving teaming.
This masterclass will:
- Lay the ground work for understanding what it takes to develop and maintain high performance teamship
- Examine the key factors that will influence your performance – your mindset for teamship
- Examine a model for high performance teamship that we will use to organise information and to plan how we will act on feedback
- Experience why teamship is such a challenge
- Outline some steps for strengthening teamship capabilities
To cope with and address todays challenges people with different specialisations and experiences and cultures need to be able to interact well together – when often they find it difficult to work with each other. We need people from different disciplines to interact with each other efficiently and effectively whether for innovation, creativity, problem solving or change. Indeed teamship and collaboration are seen as one of the key limitations for innovation in a recent HBR survey and article: “While respondents did note some gaps in leadership effectiveness, they were more likely to highlight opportunities for their team members to improve.” https://hbr.org/2016/08/leadership-may-not-be-the-problem-with-your-innovation-team
We invite you to join a friend of Cass and teamship master Kate Stuart-Cox http://www.perspectiv.co.uk/team who has huge experience developing personal effectiveness in teamship – for example http://www.fdin.org.uk/events/downloads/ and Andy Wilkins http://www.cass.city.ac.uk/research-and-faculty/centres/creativity/people#andy) for this practical and interactive masterclass.
6.00pm for networking
6.30-7.45pm the High Performance Teamship masterclass
The MICL Hub
This is the MICL Hub at Cass Business School/City University London where MICL students, alumni, guests and staff are invited to workshops on a topic of interest to the group. http://www.cass.city.ac.uk/research-and-faculty/centres/creativity/micl-hub. Please note that this event is open to all. We also plan to video this session for the University and Perspectiv video channels for those to view after the session if they cannot attend.
Where can I contact the organizer with any questions?
Contact Amanda on Amanda.Brown.firstname.lastname@example.org