Although organizations strive to become more agile and resilient by organizing around a network of teams, challenges remain for practitioners who seek to successfully lead teams in a new hybrid environment. This particularly true in current times—characterized by the effects of the pandemic and financial uncertainty—in which people are more dispersed and in need of leadership and guidance. Many leaders still rely on old models of teamwork, not realizing that the definitions and roles of teams have changed in fundamental ways. Our research revealed strategies used by high-performing team leaders that provide powerful insights to help academics and managers significantly improve the success of their teams.
Over the course of 2023, the Connectivity & Collaboration Community will delve into the five outcomes critical for connected work. In this session, members will build on our curriculum and learn about the second outcome: adaptive teaming.
Featuring: Michael Arena, Author of Adaptive Space; and Dr. Inga Carboni, Associate Professor, Leadership, at College of William & Mary
Supporting Resources: Collaborative Practices of High Performing Teams; Adaptive Teaming Card Explorer, Personal and Team Compare Questionnaire
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- Why the old approach of team forming, storming, norming, then performing is not responsive enough to meet the next world of work
- The Six Dysfunctions of Teams and how can you proactively mitigate them
- Next practices from i4cp research to build the critical bridging, bonding, and cohesive connections required for team success and satisfaction
- The active interactions necessary for a team to ensure ongoing discovery, development and diffusion
This event is approved for certification credits.