Become a Work Roles Practitioner with our free one-day Masterclass
Wednesday 27th November – London
Join our complimentary one-day accreditation course and learn to use the Work Roles toolkit to facilitate better collaboration in the workplace and confidently put these skills into practice in your own organization.
This highly-interactive course is open to HR professionals looking to improve the performance of teams and individuals.
Powered by Saville Assessment’s Wave® Personality Questionnaire, the Work Roles toolkit provides users with a suite of online tools to help build and develop high-performing employees, working together in high-performing teams.
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We believe there are three steps to enabling high-performing teams:
Understand how you work by yourself
The Work Roles report is designed to help employees understand their preferred roles at work. It enables self-reflection, inviting employees to think about their role at work and promotes an identity focused on working style.
Understand how you work with others
Once an employee fully understands their role at work, they will then need to think about how their role interacts with others. The Work Roles Exercise Catalogue provides the platform to start having conversations around how they can work more effectively with others.
Understand how you work as part of a team
The Work Roles Interactive Group Report provides an immersive overview of the different roles in a group and how they will work together; a ‘grand finale’ to any team workshop.
Learn more about this model and experience it first-hand during this engaging and immersive day.
What's your Work Role?
Find out this and much more on our one-day masterclass!
“The facilitation of the session was excellent. The opportunity to test out a range of the exercises was invaluable and really helped to envisage how they would work in forthcoming team development sessions.”