Soft Skills Coaching
and Training

With Laura Dain


soft skills with hard edge results

Working in teams can be a real challenge, especially in a busy, stressful workplace where people are doing challenging work, or where relationships are not strong. The best teams have a strong group identity, clear individual roles and effective communications. This training is best suited to working with full teams, to work on applying this vital skill-set, but can also be useful for anyone supervising, managing or leading a team.

Why Team Building Training?

Team Building Training gives your team an opportunity to spend some time together looking at the skills and qualities needed in a really good team, and to work through ideas for making your team as effective as possible.

Key content:

  • Understanding team roles and dynamics
  • Understanding key strategies and principles for teamwork
  • Key skills for effective teamwork
  • Best practice techniques

Team working can sometimes be a real challenge, especially in busy, fast-paced or stressful situations. Effective teams learn to build strength together through the challenges they face. Building your team is essential for increasing effectiveness - particularly important at a time when everyone needs to find ways to do more with less. Team Building Training provides individuals and teams with the understanding, tools and confidence to adopt new ways of working in their team, using best practice techniques.

Key learning from training:

  • Principles and skills of good teamwork
  • Role play practice and feedback
  • Practical tools for effective teamwork
  • Information, discussion, practice, feedback and action planning

All courses customised to suit your specific needs:

  • Tailored to your work-base setting and issues
  • With appropriate case studies and role play
  • To suit your price range
This Team Building Training is informative, practical and interactive; an experienced trainer leading to facilitate a focused, supportive and enjoyable group. Copies of slides and support materials provided as inclusive take-aways.