Team dynamics animates work to make a group evolve. If it is positive, it contributes to the well-being of the individual team members, the leader who directs them, and their performance. It influences motivation and gives meaning. However, it is difficult to control as each individual involved in the system is an interacting force that influences the collective dynamics. And when dysfunctions appear, identifying the causes and taking appropriate action is not easy.
Exploring and understanding what governs group phenomena with a systemic approach makes it possible to make a diagnosis, recognise power games, take advantage of complementarities, and give meaning to the common objective.
I Understanding the team as a dynamic system
I Identify the phases of team life
I Perceive the influences of political games
I Taking action to move the system and improve the dynamics
I The foundations of the systemic approach
I Tuckman's model
I Jung's typologies
I Political games
Each course is adapted to the needs and context of the team. The pedagogical approach is playful and participative, offering time for individual and team reflection as well as concrete experiences using the tools presented.