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Management Team Development

Management team members' diverse areas of expertise and seniority gaps are often packed together with coherent worldviews and the habit of expecting subordinates to comply. These are not always conducive to the ability of working together as a team. In many organizations, subordinates tend to blame the management for not speaking the same language. The team development process enables its participants to put those issues on the table, to reinforce trust and formulate work processes more supportive of collaboration. In order for each team member to be able to acknowledge the others' strengths and resolve conflicts, an external perspective and pause from ongoing work are often necessary. Group facilitation enables the team to define their joint vision and tasks, raise questions regarding team relationships and air disagreements. Psychodramatic tools, in particular, accelerate these processes by quickly mapping sources of difficulty and setting agreed-upon courses of action as described in see Team Development and Psychodrama.