Collaborative Intelligence in the Workplace
Discover the power of combining energy, knowledge, and talents
You know the phrase “the sum is greater than the parts”?
That’s the perfect description of collaborative intelligence. Together, you have more knowledge, insight, awareness — more potential for solutions — than you do apart. But too often, people think that collaborative intelligence is just the natural result of being part of a team. That simply by officially working together, communication and knowledge sharing happens. Those people couldn’t be more wrong!
Collaborative intelligence takes more than just working together!
Collaborative intelligence is a process. It requires mapping out knowledge pools … an openness to different points of view … and the ability to really share and communicate across personality and job types. It requires the skills you’ll learn in this powerful CD-ROM!
This training is critical for every member of a team!
Discover how you can develop true collaborative intelligence. When you practice the skills you’ll learn, you’ll develop a better connection among team members … improve your interactions and problem solving … and, quite simply, get more done. Consider this training vital for anyone in a management role — and critical for anyone on a team! Purchase Collaborative Intelligence in the Workplace today!
A Look at What You’ll Learn:
- Personality dynamics and their impact on collaborative intelligence initiatives
- How social understanding leads to collaborative intelligence
- The critical importance of cross-training and how to seek out opportunities for more
- Understanding your team members and their strengths: documenting breadth and depth of knowledge
- Creating knowledge bases: great techniques and tools that can make it easier
- Techniques for seeking out information — and sharing with multiple people
- True collaboration: the importance of defining the situation rather than just asking questions
- The importance of social capital in collaborative intelligence
- Removing the fear factor that leads to knowledge hoarding