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#EoI – Create the ideal working environment: Maximize team performance

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#EoI – Create the ideal working environment: Maximize team performance

May 11 @ 9:00 am - 12:00 pm CEST

A positive working environment is innovative, collaborative, organized, and has a positive impact on the organization’s culture. However, not only the team leaders and supervisors carry the responsibility of maintaining a healthy working environment, but each team member should contribute to always improving and fostering a culture of productivity and wellbeing in the workplace.

During this workshop, the goal is to make sure that you have the right tools and resources in order to foster an ideal work environment, a key factor which plays a vital role in motivating employees to maximize their performance at work.

In this workshop, we will learn:

  • ✌ how to create a safe environment that is needed for high-performing teams
  • 📣how to encourage effective and open communication within a team
  • 👩🏽‍🤝‍👩🏻 why diverse and inclusive teams perform better
  • 💥the dangers that can occur in a “nice” culture
  • ✍hands-on examples of an extensive collection of behaviours that we can use individually, as well as within a team
  • 🚩how to create an action plan to help implement the knowledge gained throughout the workshop

About the speakers

Zuzi is a business psychologist with three Master’s degrees in (1) social and organizational psychology, (2) creativity & talent development, and (3) an Honours Master’s in Leadership. Currently, she is working as a Future Work Consultant at a major telecommunications provider in Switzerland (Swisscom AG). Together with Kerrin, she helps to transform groups into inclusive, happy, and effective teams by the means of coaching, training, and various tools of change management.

Kerrin is a PhD candidate and lecturer at ETH Zürich. At ETH she aims at improving medical education with technology and teaches how to coach innovation projects. She has collaboratively built multiple organizations running on intrinsic motivation and leads projects up to 500 people. Together with Zuzi she coaches leaders, facilitates skills workshops, and holds trainings that focus on fostering psychological safety.

Check Zuzi Haj and Kerrin Weiss on LinkedIn!

About the Engines of Innovation Series

The Engines of Innovation Series organized by the TU Wien Innovation Incubation Center (i²c) is a format that offers workshops to scientists who are seeking to broaden their horizons in the field of innovation and healthy high performance. These workshops are free of charge to scientists from all faculties and institutes of TU Wien. Registration required.



The Innovation Incubation Center (i²c) TU Wien


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