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Day 4 Growing and Sustaining Effective Internal Teams
Level: Core Practice – Manager
Intended Audience: Child Welfare Middle Managers
- Recognize the value of teamwork
- Clarify needs of teams and identify strategies for shaping and managing a team
- Review steps in interdisciplinary collaboration
- Increase and demonstrate skills related to collaboration and conflict management
- Link positive team environment to stress management
- Develop a plan for creating a positive team environment with all teams
- Self-Assessment of Teams
- History of Teamwork
- Characteristics of Effective Teams
- Stages of Team Development
- Team Roles
- Teambuilding and Teamwork
- Energizing Your Teams
- Challenging Issues in Teambuilding
- Interdisciplinary Collaboration
- Conflict Modes
- Getting to Yes
- Transfer of Learning
- LIA: Client Orientation- Anticipates and meets the needs of clients; achieves quality end products; is committed to improving services
- CalSWEC 8.2: Student demonstrates the ability to negotiate and advocate for the development of resources that children and families need to meet personal and administrative goals.