Team Development Experience
Instructions for Team Members
Your leader is investing in you!
You are about to walk through a development experience with your team. This is a fantastic opportunity to enjoy time together, have meaningful discussion with your team about your team, get inspired about what the future might hold, and engage in dialogue with your leader individually about your specific role on the team.
Make sure you bookmark this page for future reference.
It includes everything you need to participate in this experience.
Keep scrolling for instructions, important links, pre-work, and more!
The centerpiece of this experience is For The Team, a documentary about the inspirational story of Team Avaya, 6x World Championship Adventure Racing Team from New Zealand.
They are no doubt one of the most high-performing teams on the planet. As you watch this film, prepare for an endless list of learnings that you can apply to your own team!
Before you take any action,
read through this entire page
to get acquainted with the full experience.
The next step is to watch the documentary, For The Team! The film is approximately 40 minutes long, so grab some snacks, settle in, and be prepared to take a few notes as you watch. Remember to look back on the discussion questions as needed.
You may find that watching the documentary more than once will be beneficial as you consider your responses to the questions, because there is just so much to learn from Team Avaya.
Remember to “like” the film on YouTube!
Alright! You have attended what we hope was a meaningful discussion with practical applications that your team has learned from Team Avaya.
The final step in this Virtual Development Experience is to check in with your leader to follow up with any further insights you’d like to share from the experience and ask any questions to gain more clarity.
We believe this follow-up is crucial to your own development. It not only gives you time to process the discussion, but also offers a prime opportunity to connect individually with your leader to understand your role more clearly and how you can best serve your team.