The Daniels School’s Interpersonal Dynamics program will help you navigate your work environment and avoid interpersonal conflict, miscommunication and poor leadership.Join the next Interpersonal Dynamics professional development program to learn to improve how teams function; bolster your career prospects by learning how to overcome team members’ differences and toxic behavior; and to influence your peers, direct reports and managers, no matter what role you play on your team.
Here is a sample Interpersonal Dynamics schedule. Program schedules are subject to change.
Interacting with Difficult Team Members
|Self-Awareness in Teams
|Team Decision Making
|Leading & Collaborating in Virtual Teams
|Confronting Problems in Relationships
"I expect to use the models provided in everyday situations. It’s much easier to implement processes when you have a model to follow. I will also share the models with others so there can be discussions across our entire department about managing effectively."
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Managing UpHow to effectively manage your relationship with your boss to benefit him/her and yourself
Team Decision MakingHow to increase the effectiveness of teams in decision making
Leading and Collaborating in Virtual Teams
How to overcome unique challenges associated with being on a team that is not in the same physical location
Interacting with Difficult Team MembersUnderstanding and applying principles of power to effectively manage relationships with toxic coworkers
Self-Awareness in TeamsHow anticipating and understanding your own team members' individual personality differences can help resolve conflict, maximize performance and influence team and project design
Situational LeadershipThe How-To's of empowering team members
Confronting Problems in RelationshipsHow to effectively navigate conflict with coworkers and engage in the contracting process for increased performance