Growing trust workshop: “In Team We Trust”

This one-day workshop will help your team in improving their trust relationships and gaining a deep understanding of trustworthiness.

Learn to use the Team Trust Canvas methodology to strengthen your team performance. During the workshop, participants will learn which factors are essential for trust and how to use this new capacity to create an environment that brings the best of people.  The content is very practical. Most time of the day participants will do hands-on step-by-step exercises with the differents tools and games.  You’ll be able to use those right away when you go back to work.

 

 
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Outline/structure of the Session

  • There will be lots of practical content
  • All participants will receive materials of the course exercises
  • Heavy focus on working with real issues you are facing
  • Interactive exercises that engage attendees
  • You’re invited to bring exercises and tools that work for you and propose them in the class.

Learning Outcome

You will master the Team Trust Canvas, a powerful model you can use for the your team and project. Specifically, you will:

 

  • Understand which features influence the team trust
  • Define the trust and value of teamwork
  • Create a new Team Trust Canvas model
  • Use the non-violent communication for improving team connection
  • Align personal and team values
  • Understand how to cause lasting change
  • Improve your team performance by creating a trust culture
  • Hear examples of how other companies do it
  • Practice useful techniques,which you can immediately use in your organization.

Target Audience

The workshop is aimed at managers and leaders, ScrumMasters who want to lead by valuing their people and all other members of teams who want to improve their leadership skills.

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  • Dhaval Dalal
    By Dhaval Dalal  ~  2 months ago
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    Hi Alexey,

        Thank-you for taking the time to submit the proposal.  Trust is one factor that teams suffer from.  On top of that, for teams working across geographies usually have this problem compounded.  However,  a day long one is too much.   Can you shorten this so that it fits around 180mins?  Also, please give the break-up of things that you would cover in that time.

    thanks,

    Dhaval.

    • Alexey Pikulev
      By Alexey Pikulev  ~  2 years ago
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      Hi Dhaval,

      Thank you for your letter. 

      I can make it more shoter (180 mins). I'd like to focus on next things:

      • Define the trust and value of teamwork
      • Create a new Team Trust Canvas model
      • Use the non-violent communication for improving team connection
      • Align personal and team values
      • Improve your team performance by creating a trust culture

      Best regards

      Alexey

      • Joel Tosi
        By Joel Tosi  ~  2 years ago
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        Hi Alexey,

           Thanks for all of the updates.  Could you help me understand the exercises that you will be leading during the workshop?  I definitely appreciate the topics, just need to understand the exercises - how many, for which topics, etc.

        Thanks much,

        Joel

        • Alexey Pikulev
          By Alexey Pikulev  ~  2 years ago
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          Hi Joel,

          Thank you for your questions.

          I'm going to do:

          • Personal Maps for building Trust between participant. It is just a mind map, which shows

            the person himself, his/her world, interests, values, and so on. The focus of each map is the person

            and his/her own world.

          • Force-field analysis for understanding which forces can improve or destroy the trust 
          • Non-violent communication exercise to minimise time spent in conflict.

          • The Values Cards game for aligning team values.

          • Trust Canvas to help participants build team muscles and help team members grow the trust

          Thank you!

          Best regards

          Alexey 

  • Naresh Jain
    By Naresh Jain  ~  2 years ago
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    Hi Alexey,

    The Trust Canvas seems like a very interesting idea. However we won't be able to accommodate a day-long workshop on it. Would you consider turning this into a 90 mins workshop or 45 mins case study? If yes, please update the proposal and then the committee can accept it.

    • Alexey Pikulev
      By Alexey Pikulev  ~  2 years ago
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      Hi Naresh,

      Done. I updated it.

      Thank you 

      Alexey 

  • Joel Tosi
    By Joel Tosi  ~  2 years ago
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    Hi Alexey,

        I appreciate a large amount of the topics you propose - NVC, alignment - all great items to explore.  My one main concern is that this workshop would become more about 'the canvas' than the other items being discussed.  Help me alleviate that concern - how much emphasis is placed on the map?  Is it the center of all exercises or just one part?

    Best,

    Joel

    • Alexey Pikulev
      By Alexey Pikulev  ~  2 years ago
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      Hi Joel,

      Thank you for you feedback. But I suggest there is a little misunderstanding. This workshop is about Trust. And we use a canvas only one instrument of conversation around it. You know, that people and interactions over processes and tools. I'll appreciate if we can find another way to improve team trust during this workshop. In my opinion, the tools for building trust is a secondary consideration. The main thing is to begin thinking, speaking about trust, investing our resources and time in it and realizing that it is a long and laborious process. 

      Best regards

      Alexey