|Recorded: Tuesday, February 17, 2009
Length: Approximately 60 minutes
While technical skills are the basis for team construction, it ultimately is
and social functioning of its members that set the parameters
for how successful the team
can really be. How people interact within the group
is often the number one challenge to team productivity and performance.
Research has shown that there are seven soft skills exhibited by the most creative,
productive and reliable teams: Team Identity, Motivation, Emotional Awareness, Communication,
Stress Tolerance, Conflict Resolution and Positive Mood. These skills can be measured using the
first scientifically-validated team emotional and social intelligence survey: the TESI® (Team
Emotional & Social Intelligence Survey).
Join us February 17 as HPS’ Dr. Henry L. (Dick) Thompson and Collaborative Growth’s Marcia Hughes, JD, MA provide an exciting first-look at how the TESI® instrument measures the soft skills needed for team success and how to use the results to develop teams to their full potential.
By attending this webinar, you will learn how measuring and developing social and emotional skills can:
- Provide unique insights into your team’s non-technical strengths and weaknesses - identifying issues that directly impact success
- Help team leaders and members to develop strategies that enhance key strengths and contain weak areas
- Improve individual contributions to the team, plus personal well-being
- Achieve greater individual and team productivity through the TESI®’s combination of awareness and action
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