Richard Kasperowski

High-Performance Team Building at With Great People | Harvard University

Talk

Team Transformation Canvas: Team Building Starts with You
Friday 17:10 - 17:55
Topics:
highperformance
selfawareness
buildingblocks
selfimprovement
tools
training
life
teamwork
transformation
canvas
self awareness
behaviors
behavior
action
motivation
connection
architecture
healthy
improvement
tool
team
greatness
help
Level:
General

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Want an easy tool to help you start building the best team of your life? That’s exactly what the Team Transformation Canvas is: a practical worksheet to help you and your teammates discover the best in each other and put it into action. For attendees, the canvas facilitates individual self-awareness of their current emotional state and their desired personal outcomes. They develop a deepened understanding of what drives their behaviors and actions. By identifying and owning these intrinsic motivations, participants align their future actions with their most inherent needs—creating their own unique pathway to professional and personal self-actualization. Finally, the canvas facilitates deep emotional and supportive connections with each other—the building blocks of a high-performance team. The canvas can be used as a solitary contemplative exercise for self-improvement, or as a tool for bootstrapping a team toward intentional greatness. Attendees leave with actionable next steps to improve themselves and their teams. And they’ll know how to use the canvas with their own teams, to help other individuals and teams gain deeper insight into themselves, so they can pursue their greatness. For those familiar with the Core Protocols, the canvas facilitates a super-fast individual and team boot-up. To prepare yourself for this session, make your own electronic copy of the canvas at https://kasperowski.com/your-remote-team-actually-can-be-awesome/#team-transformation-canvas or print a PDF from HERE.


Workshop

High-Performance Team Building™: Core Protocols for EI and Psychological Safety
May 31, June 1 (14:30-18:00 CEST) -
Topics:
core protocols
team
teams
high-performance
psychological safety
safety
ei
tei
emotional intelligence
team emotional intelligence
team building
fun
activities
Level:
General
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Your team can be ten times better. What does that mean? That means your professional team can accomplish 10x more work, do it with 10x more quality, 10x faster, or with 10x fewer resources. Your family can be 10x happier. Your school can be 10x more effective at helping people learn. Your community group can be 10x better at making life better for the people it serves. Even you yourself can be 10x more effective at getting what you want. In other words, you can be great. Your team can be great. Greatness Can you say these things about your teams?

  1. My projects are completed effortlessly on schedule and within budget every time.
  2. Every team I’ve ever been on has shared a vision.
  3. In meetings, we only ever do what will get results.
  4. No one blames “management” or anyone else if they don’t get what they want. - Everybody shares their best ideas right away.
  5. Ideas are immediately unanimously approved, improved, or rejected by the team.
  6. Action on approved ideas begins immediately.
  7. Conflict is always resolved swiftly and productively.
The Core Protocols are one way to make teams that have these characteristics. Some of the things you’ll learn:
  • Results-oriented behaviors
  • How to enter a state of shared vision with a team and stay there
  • How to create trust on a team
  • How to stay rational and healthy
  • How to make team decisions effectively
  • How to move quickly and with high quality towards the team’s goals

About

Richard Kasperowski is an author, teacher, speaker, and coach focused on team building and high-performance teams. Richard is the author of two books: High-Performance Teams: The Foundations and The Core Protocols: A Guide to Greatness. He leads clients in building and maintaining high-performance teams that get great results using the Core Protocols, Agile, and Open Space Technology. Richard created and teaches the course Agile Software Development at Harvard University, and he co-teaches the Spark! innovation fellowship at Boston University. Learn more at kasperowski.com.