Building Collaborative Teams

Create cohesive teams.

Each of us processes information in unique ways, which affects the way we interact, communicate, and collaborate. When these differences are celebrated, it creates an energizing team environment where each individual can thrive and operate at their best.

In this workshop, participants will learn how neurological preferences drive our behavior and how we can increase our interpersonal skills. Using the science of cognitive diversity, participants will discover how to immediately improve team collaboration and build high-performing, resilient teams.

Delivery options

  • Half-day in-person or virtual
  • Two-hour virtual
  • One-hour virtual

Who should take this?

Organizational teams that want to improve their cognitive performance.

Learning outcomes

  • The challenges of collaboration in a fast-paced environment.
  • The latest research on cognitive diversity.
  • Cognitive abilities versus neurological preferences.
  • Understanding analytical and structural thinkers
  • Deciphering conceptual and social thinkers.
  • Understanding your Emergenetics Profile.
  • Group profile debrief.
  • Behaviourial traits and how others perceive us.
  • Working within your neurological bias.
  • How your neurological preferences impact collaboration.
  • Understanding the source of cognitive conflict.
  • Overcoming your bias to encourage effective collaboration.
  • Creating an environment that encourages cognitive diversity.

We believe that truly effective interpersonal training must be credible, relevant and immediately effective.

Our Approach

We work with Fortune 500 companies, startups, nonprofits, government organizations and academic institutions around the world.

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