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Guided Learning Teamwork Skills

In the overview below you can find various guides that help you to develop certain Teamwork Subskills. These Subskills relate to the outcome of the Self-assessment for Teamwork Skills

Guided Learning for Active listening
Have you ever had comments on your participation in conversations? Would you like to improve your listening skills? If so, you’ll find that it can be rather easy with this guide, using the tips & tricks that are mentioned.
Guided Learning for Collaboration
Collaboration is more than simply working together. If you want to say that you have mastered the skill of collaboration, you will have to be able to positively influence the team atmosphere and to make teamwork enjoyable for every team member. If you want to further develop or master this skill, please use this guide.
Guided Learning for Communication
Do you consider yourself a good communicator? Or is there room for some improvement? Good communication is key to good collaboration. Read this guide to learn why.
Guided Learning for Dealing with conflicts
Do you tend to become uncomfortable when a conflict occurs within your team? Or have you been in a conflict yourself, without knowing how to solve it? A conflict within a team should be solved in a professional manner and this guide teaches you how to do that.
Guided Learning for Decision making
During project work, many different decisions need to be made, ranging from minor decisions to key decisions for the project as a whole. Making decisions with a group of people with different options and point of views can be difficult. To make it easier and more comfortable to make important decisions with others, going through this guide can be helpful.
Guided Learning for Different roles
Within a team you will always have to work with different types of personalities. It is very useful to know in advance what types of personalities and team roles there are, and which role applies to you or your teammates. If you are not aware yet of the possible roles that exist or what your own natural role normally is, then please read this guide.
Guided Learning for Participation in meetings and discussions
In order to be an active participant in a meeting or during a discussion, preparation is required. But how do you prepare for a meeting or discussion? What roles are there for participants and how do you make a meeting effective? Read the guide to learn all this and more.
Guided Learning for Problem solving
Problem solving is something that we all are familiair with, but when it comes to problems that occur during teamwork, we have to be careful. For problem solving within a team in a professional manner, it can be useful to learn more about the process of solving a problem and how different approach can be applied.
Guided Learning for Providing and receiving feedback
Interested in learning more about giving and receiving feedback? Read and watch the content of this guide to discover the use and the ground rules of feedback and learn how to conduct a peer review professionally.
Guided Learning for Standing up for yourself
When working in a team, you have to make sure that you actively participate by showing your opinion and thoughts. But this is easier said than done. Are you able to stand up for yourself with confidence? Or do you have trouble in showing what you are worth? This guide can help you make a difference in your team.
Guided Learning for Taking responsibility
In teamwork you have responsibilities as an individual as well as responsibilities for the whole team to ensure your project or assignment will be finished on time and successfully. If you have trouble in taking these responsibilities and have had feedback about it in the past, this guide can be helpful for you.