Effective Team Working & The Psychology of Performance

As part of the Business Skills CPD series, RIBA London presents...

Effective Team Working & The Psychology of Performance

Are you seeking to make sustainable a difference to the world through your work? Then it is likely that you are not acting alone – you will be working in and leading a variety of teams - of different sizes, locations and constitutions - to create impact. But what predicts team success? How can you make success more likely? How can you all stay ‘well’ as you work?

In this session, David Webster, occupational and coaching psychologist, shares what it takes in a modern connected world for teams and team members to create sustainable high performance. In this session, you will:
Learn how your team measures up to the key elements of the TEAM Rhythm™ model, which predicts superior performance and wellbeing
Understand the connection between performance, learning and wellbeing
Learn tools and techniques that contribute to sustainable team performance
Understand how to ensure your team keeps on learning
Create a performance and development plan for you as a team member, and your team.
The session will be interactive with small group work and reflection, as well as the creation of your own plan for yourself and for your teams.

Speaker: David Webster, Centre for Teams
David Webster, C.Psychol, B.A, MSc., MBA.
David is a Chartered Occupational Psychologist with a fascination for team performance and wellbeing. David has been coaching senior leader and their teams, since 1997; In 2003 he established Centre for Teams, an independent coaching psychology practice. Its purpose is to create with clients a ‘sea-change’ in corporate mindset: where wellbeing, learning and engagement are fundamental to sustainable high performance and great team-ship. For Centre for Teams, this is the new reality of teams in our connected world. Their clients include BP plc, NHS, Jack Wills, EDF Energy plc and Thames Water plc. David's business experience was gained at Price Waterhouse, IBM, Forte plc and The Work Foundation; and is currently on the Committee for the Special Interest Group in Coaching Psychology at the British Psychological Society.


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Cite: "Effective Team Working & The Psychology of Performance" 22 Jun 2016. ArchDaily. Accessed . <https://www.archdaily.com/788957/effective-team-working-and-the-psychology-of-performance> ISSN 0719-8884

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