Building Career and Team Success:
How to Promote Collaboration at Work
About the Trainer
Jeffrey Harris, MFT, CEAP, is a Program Manager for the Center for Work & Family Life.
He brings to the course eighteen years of experience as consultant on workplace behavior & employee assistance, and twelve years of management experience.
Who Would Benefit from this Course?
This workshop is designed for all employees who want to promote their career success by building relationships at work to increase collaboration from others.
All workplaces are a social construct... that is, we understand as a species that when we can create shared focus from others, we can accomplish amazing things that are not possible with solitary effort. Look around you, at your School or hospital here at USC... could you provide world-class instruction and highly ranked healthcare in your garage at home?
So, if workplaces are a social construct (relying on people), then our best work is done through our relationships. Creating that focus or alignment with extraordinary effort from a multidisciplinary team requires cooperation and collaboration.
Do you feel that the people around you at work are holding you back? Would you like to accomplish more, but realize that you can't do it alone?
This workshop will focus upon the essential relationship-building skills, allowing you to harness the power of collaboration for greater success.
Upon completion, class participants will be able to:
Identify 3 key actions that build collaboration
Recognize the impact of 8 different actions that nurture cooperation in others
Integrate 3 approaches that build trust daily
Describe techniques for creating influence without authority, also known as "lateral leadership"
Typically 60 minutes
Register Here for Upcoming Sessions
Noon to 1:00 p.m.
[feel free to bring your lunch]
Norris Cancer Center
Ezralow Lobby Room 1315