Guinea pigs needed to trial team development tool

February 10th, 2020

I have been working with Jayne Jones of Positive About People on a development tool for teams that enables them to objectively identify and discuss the underlying causes of conflict and improve team working.Guinea pig

We have a prototype tool, have done some road testing and see potential for wider applications to help teams:

    • Work together more effectively
    • Consider and agree strategy
    • Understand causes of tension and differences between colleagues

How to get involved

We are in the next stage of development and are looking for some more “Guinea pigs” to work with from different sectors within south Wales. For a limited time we are offering a half day workshop with experienced facilitators for teams of 6-12 people. You will come away with an agreed action plan for development. All we ask in return is honest feedback.

If you are interested please contact [email protected]

Alison Love

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