macrolearningSuccessfully Structuring Team Development
In this e-learning course, the participants acquire the basics for their job as team leaders. They learn to set attractive, achievable and accepted team goals to motivate their team in the long run. They learn how to ensure a clear distribution of tasks within their team and how to agree on and implement goal-oriented rules. Furthermore, the e-learning includes measures to promote constructive communication. And it shows the participants how they can use simple means to sustainably promote trust and cohesion in their team.
macrolearningIntercultural Communication in Teams
Teams are becoming ever more heterogeneous, as the team members often hail from different countries and cultures. Consequently, intercultural communication is becoming more and more important, especially in the context of work. In this e-learning course, the participants will learn what "culture" means exactly. The e-training course deals with the most important cultural dimensions from the works of Geert Hofstede and E. T. Hall. The participants will also learn how to become more aware of cultural differences and will receive valuable leadership tools with which to manage intercultural teams. The aim of the e-training course is to enhance the intercultural skills of the participants.
macrolearningManage Team Phases Successfully
The four team phases according to Bruce Tuckman form the core of this e-learning course. The participants will learn how to accompany their team proactively through the individual team phases. The e-learning course deals with each team phase individually and shows the essential features of the respective phases using convincing dramatizations. Building on this, the participants will learn more about the management instruments suitable for each team phase. The five dysfunctions of a team according to Lencioni are presented in a separate chapter. The e-learning course also contains checklists, exercises and transfer tasks. The aim of the e-learning course is to support the participants in skill development.
macrolearningKnowing Team Roles and Making Them Productive
The core of this e-learning is the team role model according to Meredith Belbin. The participants get to know the three main roles that are to be filled in teams: Activity-based roles, thinking and problem-solving roles and people-oriented roles. The strengths and weaknesses of the individual roles are presented in detail in various videos. This promotes understanding and appreciation of the role model and the resulting role differences. The e-learning also contains checklists, exercises and transfer tasks. The aim of the e-learning is to support the participants in their skill development.
microlearningMy Team Member Does Not Find the Company Goals Realistic
Here's how to support your employees when they feel company goals are unrealistic.
microlearningA Team Member Wants a Promotion, but I Don't See Any Potential in Them
If someone in your team applies for a promotion and you don't see that they have the potential, then you should give them clear and devlopment-oriented feedback. In this microlearning you will be shown how to do this.
Through goal setting, you help your employees identify with the company's goals and agree on individual sub-goals.