A team is more powerful than the sum of its members
Setting up multi-disciplinary, self-organizing teams with T-shaped skills seems easy on paper, but it is certainly not that in practice.
Forming a new team is complex as a new system is being formed, with each team member bringing their own personal system. Each team member brings his own experience and knowledge, but also his family history. The combinations of all the patterns that each member brings can cause a team to unconsciously work against itself. No matter what one tries, the potential of the team remains underutilized.
During this interactive session we discover the systemic principles that determine team dynamics. The participants learn to recognize blocking patterns to build high-performing teams.