|Recorded: Tuesday, March 24, 2009
Length: Approximately 60 minutes
The ability to build effective collaborative relationships and mutually
environments has a direct impact on organizational success.
Strong collaborative skills
leverage the effectiveness of all the interdependent parts
of any organization, particularly
among team members and between departments.
Organizations with complex tasks and/or
high levels of interdependency among
employees require greater collaborative skills in order
to perform well.
HPS CEO Henry L. (Dick) Thompson, Ph.D., and Radical Collaboration’s Jim Tamm present a
dynamic look at the five non-technical skills proven to be essential for working effectively with
others and how measuring and honing these skills can boost collaboration and success within any organizational Level.
During the info-packed webinar, Thompson and Tamm showcased the TLT Collaborative Skills
Climate Survey™ (CSCS™) and explain how it can be used to accurately diagnose the strengths and weaknesses of an organization’s collaborative skills. The CSCS™ is a proven assessment for measuring the five essential skills for building and maintaining collaborative environments and relationships. Developed as part of a multi-year global research project, the CSCS™ is designed to measure the impact of collaborative skills on organizational effectiveness.
By viewing this webinar, you will learn how results from the TLT Collaborative Skills Climate Survey™ can help your organization:
- Create high-trust collaborative environments;
- Reduce the cost of conflict in dollars, time and lost creativity;
- Turn adversarial relationships into partnerships; and
- Make working relationships more productive.
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