Group Dynamics Seminar
Teamwork is vital in the contemporary workplace. Even with the help of modern technology, soft skills of human communication are essential glue that gets the job done – especially when settings are rich with diversity and require high levels of interaction.
The “Group Styles” framework provides a simple, powerful lens for reading group dynamics and individual behavior. Most importantly, it offers practical ways to understand and adapt ones own behavior in order to help groups succeed. In the training, everyone will identify their own dominant Style through a group process. We will explore ways we have learned these behavioral habits. Then, building on understanding of everyone’s strengths, we will then all see how we can adapt our behavior in order to improve teamwork overall.
Lunch and refreshments included.
Todd Fry has served as a teacher, leader and social entrepreneur in Greater Boston for over 30 years. He directed LeadBoston for seven years, and founded several leadership development programs for youth and adults, including The City School, The Merrimack Valley Sandbox, and Mill Cities Leadership Institute. Since 2006 he has also worked with young genocide survivors in Rwanda to help them create programs and businesses that boost youth resilience and leadership. As a volunteer, he serves as Executive Director of Rwanda Youth Partnership. Todd graduated from Northwestern University in 1986 with a bachelor’s degree summa cum laude in Communication Education. He provides communication and leadership development coaching for a variety of individual and business clients, including SVB Leerink, Enterprise Bank, St. Mark’s School, Tufts University Gordon Institute, The Mel King Institute, and the Business Professionals Network in Rwanda.
Regular $80, MACDC Member $40, Student/Americorps/Intern $25