A Virtual World of Guided Experience:
State of the art graphic design, animation and video give
Team Tools Interactive an engaging quality. This learning
program takes you to a frenzied sports arena, leads you on
an archaeological dig, places you in the perils of an Alaskan
avalanche, and drops you right into the heart of bustling
work places. Additionally, you'll explore a maze and navigate
an adventure video game.
Assessments: Each module gives teams and
team members a chance to assess their knowledge and abilities.
The bar-graph results gauge where they are so that they can
easily see what they need to accomplish.
Step-by-Step Processes: Learning new methodology
can be daunting: so much information, so much to forget. These
outlines make it easy to understand how they can apply what
they learn directly to their team’s situation.
Tips & Techniques: These bits of wisdom
draw on the experience of our master consultants. We're experienced
the same challenges and worked out effective solutions. Often
they'll be just what your team needs to know at critical points
in the change process.
Definition of Terms: Having a shared vocabulary
eliminates misunderstandings. Knowing exactly what the words
mean gives team members the ability to identify and discuss
subtle concepts, like "task" and "relationship."
Illustrations: To make sure that your team
will grasp new concepts and applications, real life work place
scenarios are featured in each module
Worksheets: Easy-to-print-out worksheets
help the team stay focused on what they have learned. Designed
by experienced trainers, they make it simple to follow Team
Tools Interactive methods.
Team Toolkit: These handy compendiums of
techniques make it easy to find solutions to common problems.
Each module deals with typical issues and obstacles teams
encounter when tackling that module's specific content.
Reviews: Thorough reviews test your comprehension
and take you back to the right section when you need further
Summary: Each module's summary goes over
the highlights and helps you remember the concepts.