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The Virtual Five Behaviours of a Cohesive Team Programme

Virtual via Zoom.

Not finance. Not strategy. Not technology. It is teamwork that remains the ultimate competitive advantage, both because it is powerful and so rare – Patrick Encioni

The five behaviours of a cohesive team programme is an assessment-based, 3 half days virtual learning experience facilitated, via Zoom by by Lisa Soultana, Primary Care Associate, NHSEI Midlands Leadership & Lifelong Learning Team. The programme helps individuals, teams and primary care organisations reveal what it takes to build a cohesive team. Supported by the Everything DiSC® profile, the programme helps participants understand their own DiSC® styles.

The single most untapped competitive advantage is teamwork! To gain this advantage, teams must:

When team members are genuinely transparent and honest with one another, they are able to build vulnerability-based trust.

When there is trust, team members are able to engage in unfiltered, constructive debate of ideas.

When team members are able to offer opinions and debate ideas, they will be more likely to commit to decisions.

When everyone is committed to a clear plan of action, they will be more willing to hold one another accountable.

The ultimate goal of building greater trust, healthy conflict, commitment, and accountability is one thing: the achievement of results.

What does the virtual 3 half day programme do?

The virtual 3 half day programmme helps teams understand how, as a team, they score on the key components of The Five Behaviours model: trust, conflict, commitment, accountability, and results. Each individual on the team will also understand their own personality style and their team members styles, based on the DiSC® model:

D: Dominance
i: Influence
S: Steadiness
C: Conscientiousness
and how their style contributes to the team’s overall success.

 Who is the programme for?

The programme is designed for ‘intact’ or established teams (not recently formed teams) consisting of between 3 to 6 team members. The team should be working in a primary care organisation/Primary Care Network in the Midlands.

The programme has the capacity to work with up to 5 teams in the virtual (Zoom) platform.

What are the benefits of the programme?

The Five Behaviours Model is used to help team members learn to work together more efficiently and effectively and become a more cohesive, productive and high performing team:

  • Makes better, faster decisions
  • Taps into the skills and opinions of all members
  • Avoids wasting time and energy on politics, confusion,
    and destructive conflict
  • Avoids wasting time talking about the wrong issues and revisiting the same topics over and over again because of a lack of buy-in
  • Creates a competitive advantage

When is the programme delivered virtually, via Zoom?

The programme dates, times and learning modules, are as follows:

Tuesday 23 February 2020, 09:30 am to 14:30 pm

Module 1: Introduction
Module 2: Trust
Tuesday 2 March 2020, 09:30 am to 12:30 pm

Module 3: Conflict
Module 4: Commitment
Friday 5 March 2020, 09:30 am to 12:30 pm

Module 5: Accountability
Module 6: Results
Module 7: Wrap up
Virtual team break out rooms will be available for each team and breaks.

Everything DiSC profile questionnaire

As part of the programme, team individuals will be asked to complete on online Everything DiSC questionnaire prior to the programme start day.

How can I register an interest in the programme?

Deadline to register for a place on the programme is 4 December 2020.

You must register all the names of each team member, your roles, your organisation, your PCN name (if you have one) and your individual email addresses.

Team programme places will be confirmed by 17 December 2020.

Please note: Programme places are limited to just 5 teams of between 3 to 6 members.

Who can attend the webinar?

Any who works in Midlands primary care.

Questions about this event?

Organiser : Phillip Masuwa

Email: midlands@leadershipacademy.nhs.uk