Team Building Through Chemistry

Team Building Through Chemistry

Teams are unavoidable in any business. The key to successful team building is addressing the importance of chemistry. By staying aware of the chemistry as you build the group, you will increase the chance of avoiding pitfalls and developing a sense of unity.

With our Team Building Through Chemistry workshop, your participants will discover the specifics of how building a team through chemistry will lead to success. It is not enough to have a group of people just work on a project. They need to connect and utilize each other’s strength through team chemistry.

Course Outline

  • Workshop Objectives
  • What Is the Definition of a Team?
  • How Do People Feel about Being on Teams?
  • Why Do Teams Fall Apart?
  • Examples of Successful Teams
  • Case Study
  • Module Two: Review Questions
  • Forming
  • Norming
  • Storming
  • Performing
  • Case Study
  • Module Three: Review Questions
  • What Is Chemistry?
  • Factors that Influence Chemistry
  • Examples
  • Roles of Leadership
  • Case Study
  • Module Four: Review Questions
  • Advantages
  • Complexity
  • Conflicts
  • Encourage Individuality
  • Case Study
  • Module Five: Review Questions
  • Creating Vision
  • Shared Vision
  • SMART Goals
  • Collaboration
  • Case Study
  • Module Six: Review Questions
  • Establishing Roles
  • Taking
  • Making
  • Avoid Power Struggles
  • Case Study
  • Module Seven: Review Questions
  • Set the Tone
  • Conflict Management
  • Direct, Don’t Order
  • Encourage
  • Case Study
  • Module Eight: Review Questions
  • Sense of Exclusivity
  • Connect Beyond Work
  • Outside Competition
  • Focus on Consensus
  • Case Study
  • Module Nine: Review Questions
  • Respect
  • Empathy
  • Open Communication
  • Share Credit
  • Case Study
  • Module Ten: Review Questions
  • Charter
  • Task Orientation
  • Monitor Performance
  • Feedback
  • Case Study
  • Module Eleven: Review Questions
  • Words from the Wise
  • Review of Parking Lot
  • Lessons Learned
  • Recommended Reading
  • Completion of Action Plans and Evaluations