Very few people are conscious of their personal values or the relevance these have in their lives. This can lead to problems in a team because if team members are not aware of their own values, they’re unlikely to be aware of those of others. This can lead to team members making incorrect judgements about a colleague’s intent and character causing unnecessary conflict.
Cillín’s style is fun, yet insightful, somewhat provocative but all based on tried and true methods. Our team enjoyed every minute and walked away with new approaches to working together and a self-awareness on how to together. Cillín was able to ensure all the voices of the team were heard, bring those voices together to help us develop our own values. We now have team values we all can work to and make sense for us. Lastly, we had fun as a team doing this work, including teaching Cillín some Māori pronunciation. There is nothing quite like an Irishmen learning to say whakawhanaungatanga. Thanks Cillín.
Business Change Manager@DIA
A team that is bought into their values and uses these to make the right decisions will always do the right thing by their colleagues, the organisation, and stakeholders. Team values highlight the attitudes that are important to a team and act as a yardstick for excellence. Explicitly identifying the behaviours that support (and do not support) team values enables team members to hold each other to account for what is acceptable and what is not, a culmination of which leads to greater clarity and overall team performance.
This workshop is for individual teams that want to create greater alignment and clarity, take a values-driven approach to behaviours and decision making.
The Team Values & Behaviours workshop is normally a full day workshop; however, it can be modified to be a half day workshop depending on team outcomes.
“Talent wins games, but teamwork and intelligence win championships.”