location_city Melbourne schedule Jul 19th 04:15 - 05:00 PM AEST place EN 103 (L100) people 65 Interested

This session is a guided walk through collaboration; what it is, why it is valuable and what areas you should focus on to improve your collaboration capabilities.

The purpose of the session is to help participants put some structure around the thinking and to help develop a roadmap for maturing collaboration at their workplace.


Outline/Structure of the Workshop

Participants will be

  1. Introduced to the notion of collaboration ion the context of lean and agile thinking
  2. Guided through a workbook investigating aspects of collaboration
  3. Sharing and exploring stories about collaboration
  4. Identifying areas for further development in their workplace

Learning Outcome

An increased awareness of what collaboration is and how it can be matured to a higher level of performance.

Target Audience

Managers, coaches, leaders, aspiring leaders

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