Real Teams takes participants through a series of fast-paced, interactive, and fun activities, allowing them to learn the strengths of each of the Real Colors first-hand. Exploring the concepts of trust, opportunities for growth, and what successful teams look like through the lens of Real Colors, participants will leave the workshop with applicable knowledge and skills that will help them work better together.
Ideal Group Size: 15-20 participants
Approximate Workshop Time: 4 hours. This can be done in one workshop session, or the activities can be broken up over the course of multiple, shorter sessions.
Participants will learn to:
- Describe the common characteristics of a successful team
- Recall at least two strengths each Real Color brings to the team
- Discuss the differences between the four Real Colors regarding the building and maintaining of team trust
- Examine the opportunity for self-growth and how this positively impacts the team
- Effectively and appropriately apply Real Colors concepts when working on a team
- Introductory Exercise – Not all teams achieve greatness. During this activity, participants will brainstorm examples of successful teams and why they were successful.
- River of 1,000 Deaths – More than just fun, this activity challenges participants to work together as a team. It provides insight into the strengths each color brings to the team and gives the facilitator a positive experience to process the next activities through.
- Teams and Trust – Participants will explore how to build, maintain, and rebuild trust on a team.
- I’ve Got the Power – We all bring unique strengths and abilities to our teams. In this activity participants identify ways they can help their team thrive.
Additional Resources Included:
- Real Colors Skills Sets
- Real Colors Team Strengths
- Real Colors and Trust
- Real Teams: Looking Through the Lens
- Engaging Each Temperament as a Team Player
- There Is No “I” in Team