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Fri, Sep 06


The EXP Hub

Be Your Best Self for a Better Team

Learn about how high performing teams form, how our individual strengths contribute, and our weaknesses can be more effectively managed when we are aware of and can communicate about them effectively in a team.

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Be Your Best Self for a Better Team
Be Your Best Self for a Better Team

Time & Location

Sep 06, 2024, 8:30 AM – 12:30 PM GMT+2

The EXP Hub, Mellbyvägen 33, Floor 2, 433 30 Partille, Sweden

About the event

Be Your Best Self for a Better

Team Timing: Sept 6 and 20 8:30 - 12:30  

One hour individual coaching to be scheduled in between.

Optional lunch after each session

Class includes: 2, 4-hour sessions 

- First session will introduce team and group behavior 

- Second session will have overview of intercultural highlights, case studies, and feedback 

- 1 60-min coaching session (should occur between the two classes) 

- 5 hours of self-paced video training for intercultural/interpersonal (should occur between classes) 

- Belbin Team Role Report (provided during the coaching session and reviewed together) 


- Lunch after each session 100 SEK 

- Additional coaching can be purchased at a 50% discount at 1000 SEK per hour 

- Myers-Briggs Step 1 report and coaching can be added at 2500 SEK (500 SEK discount)

- Myers-Briggs Step 1 and Step 2 report and coaching can be added at 4250 (750 SEK discount)

Class size: 10-12 

Class Description:

BYBSBT is intended for anyone who works in a team (special value for engineers, product development, software developers, etc but there is no content that is technical) to learn about:

- Group and team behavior, and how to form high-performing teams 

- Self-awareness and emotional intelligence, specifically through work with Belbin Team Roles, which identify preferred and least-preferred roles. Working in preferred roles gives greater results and enjoyment, working in least-preferred roles generates stress and could lead to burnout over prolonged periods. The assessment includes both a self-assessment and the possibility for observer input. 

- Intercultural and interpersonal differences 

- How to give and receive feedback 

Detailed Description of Who It Is For 

This class is intended as a basic introduction to emotional intelligence (who am I? How am I different from others? How does my behavior impact others?) and does it in the context of teams and team roles. 

We are all different, and our companies and teams are stronger for those differences. When we can understand our differences, and those of others, we can look for more opportunities for cooperation rather than be threatened by others. 

This class provides that basic introduction through team development behavior (Wheelan model), identification of own team role using Belbin Team Role profiles (provides input on preferred and least-preferred team roles, with self and optional observer input), introduction to intercultural/interpersonal behavior (Culture Map tool from INSEAD), and a basic session on how to give and receive feedback.

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