Hyper Island Way: Advanced Business Collaboration

Seize the potential of group dynamics to align strategy, culture, and execution. Unleash creativity to get the results you need.

Leadership & Culture
3 days
Location

Stockholm

Overview

Put group leadership and collaborative skills to work

Automation and AI technologies are designed to enhance our private and professional lives. This means that as machines take over the monotonous tasks, skills such as team-building, oral and written communication, and leadership skills will be highly valued.

Wired editor in chief Nicholas Thompson told the audience at an event at the company’s San Francisco headquarters in October 2018, that “jobs involving social interaction and social skills will be most protected in our automated future.” And he wasn’t alone.

Jeff Weiner, CEO of LinkedIn added: “As powerful as AI will ultimately become and is becoming, we’re still a ways away from computers being able to replicate and replace human interaction and human touch. So there’s a wonderful incentive for people to develop these skills because those jobs going to be more stable for a longer period of time.”

Leadership skills needed today demand that we have the competence and confidence to bring people with a variety of skills and cultures together, collaborate and consider multiple viewpoints to come up with the best solutions to complex problems. This course from Hyper Island will help you gain the competence and confidence to apply collaboration to create the best solutions for positive business results.

Who takes the course

Experience the value of teamwork

Does this sound like you?

  • You want a deeper understanding of WHY and HOW to apply tools and frameworks.
  • You want to gain confidence in how to lead self and how to lead teams.
  • You want to be facilitative.
  • You want tools, methods, approaches, mindsets that you learn and apply immediately.
How

What you’ll learn

Hyper Island Way: Advanced Business Collaboration offers participants an extension to – and application of – the Walnut Model.

During the course, you explore the model by digging deep into how to apply it when designing a meeting or learning journey, creating a strategy and doing planning.

You will discover how this model can be even more powerful when you combine it with tools such as the Diamond Model to plan how to open/explore/close your project more effectively.

Knowledge

You should understand the theoretical background to team development and group dynamics. In addition, you will be aware of the importance of reflection and feedback as tools for continuous learning. You should know how to work with teams and culture development.

Skills 

You should be able to apply the right tools and methods that build trust and confidence in teams as a way of enhancing collaboration. You should also be able to effectively use reflection and feedback for personal development and team building.

Competence

You should be aware of ways the increase collaboration through the understanding of human needs and behaviors. You will have the competence to apply continuous learning, self-leadership and awareness.

Our methodology

Hyper Island Way

Hyper Island methodology is based on a learner-centered, experience-based approach. We facilitate learning journeys, where discovering, uncovering, applying and reflecting is all part of the process by which participants learn useful skills and knowledge they can apply right away.

Learn by doing

Build, create, experiment! We know from more than 20 years of experience that people learn best through active doing and making.

Work in teams

Collaboration is the modern core competence in a world of complexity and constant change.

Real-world ready

We build learning around actual examples and practical tasks to make it all immediately relevant and useful.

Global network of experts

We work with world-leading industry experts to provide the most cutting-edge content.

Forget coding….what most employers want are written communication, oral communication, team-building, and leadership skills.

—   
Jeff Weiner
CEO of LinkedIn