Team Building Course: How Groups Form and How Groups Function

Teamwork does not happen by accident, even though most people can’t explain why and how it happens. They say it’s a function of “personality” and “chemistry.” Despite the mystery, there are specific ways to build a stronger team using the MBTI as a guide. This challenge involves a clear understanding of the nature of power and authority, and it calls for commitment to the purpose and goals of the organization. Members of the team accept responsibility for their performance and realize how their participation affects the way others behave. What attitudes and roles make for good team play and how can egocentricity be contained to enable the group to consistently accomplish its tasks?

Christos J. Gianopoulos
(207) 784-3136
christos@christosg.com