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Course Description

In today’s economy, employees are asked to do more with less. How, then, can employees be productive and efficient in the light of overwork and under-staffing?  Cross-team collaboration, also known as cross-functional teams, allows employees to share talent, skills, and expertise in a way that maximizes effectiveness while reducing time constraints and manpower shortages. In this seminar, you will learn how cross-functional teams apply to the workforce, how they can be put in place, and how they can be used to maximize organizational productivity – while ensuring a happy and growing employee base.

See specific content information below in sections "Expected Outcomes" and "Attend and You Will Learn."

Who Should Attend

The forward-thinking employee who is working in a cross-team collaborative environment, and/or the astute leader thinking of implementing cross-functional teams into their work setting.

Attend and You Will Receive

Upon successful completion of this course, you will receive a certificate of completion from NC State University.

Attend and You Will Learn / Expected Outcome

Expected Outcomes

You will be able to form and work within cross-functional teams in a manner that allows the team and the organization to be more productive, more innovative, and ultimately more successful.

 

Attend And You Will Learn

  • What is cross-team collaboration and why should you care?
  • The 7 deadly sins that block collaboration
  • 5 steps to cross-organizational collaboration and teamwork
  • The leadership role within cross-functional teams
  • The team members
  • Creating common purpose and goals
  • Clarifying roles and building trust
  • The secret to cross-team collaboration

Notes / Additional Information

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Instructors

  • Christina Motley

Applies Towards the Following Certificates

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