Building the Teams of the Future

Building the Teams of the Future

On November 7, Transform Action held the Management Seminar Building the Teams of the Future in which professionals from companies such as Banco Santander, Red Eléctrica, American Express , Ferring Pharmaceuticals, Sopra Steria, Movistar, Universidad Carlos III, Madison Mk and PwC, among others, participated.

Those attending this Management Seminar had the opportunity to learn the most important keys to creating the teams of the future by aligning people with strategy.

The Seminar, with an experiential and dynamic format, focused on generating three key lessons: first, learn how to change the ways of “thinking and acting” of people in the organization; second, develop an action plan to build the teams of the future that organizations require; and finally, learn how to lead the changes and improvements required in the teams.

We share some of the testimonies of several participants:

“This meeting has given me peace of mind. How important it is to give us these spaces for reflection, expression and connection!”

“A dynamic and enjoyable seminar. I leave full of energy and I take with me very powerful insights to put into practice in my work from now on”

“A great opportunity to broaden my gaze and share with other professionals”

Not only is the environment of constant change that organizations live but also the entry into the world of work of new generations that bring us different ways of perceiving the same reality. Learning to integrate what young people contribute, acquiring a new look and understanding the changes that are necessary in the present to build a better future are essential keys to moving forward.

What qualities and values do the teams of the Future have?

The teams of the future have an entrepreneurial spirit. Its members take advantage of talent and diversity as a richness to speed up teamwork. Team members assume personal responsibility for their actions while functioning as a community with a shared vision and common values. These teams can thrive in chaos and the unexpected because they are able to manage crises without losing their internal cohesion. They approach challenges from the perspective of trust and are capable of transforming them into an opportunity to make a difference. They create value for their different audiences of interest and contribute to strengthening the vision and purpose of collective transformation of their organization.

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