The college’s work to nurture a culture of Collaboration, Connection & Caring (3Cs) continues with training resources and guides.
The final guide in this series is called “Team Building.” This guide helps explain how to improve the 3Cs culture by nurturing collaboration.
The guide defines team building as the ongoing process of supporting a group of individual contributors into a cohesive team — a group of people organized to work together to support the mission and vision of the college by accomplishing their purpose and goals.
Some recommendations for ways in which you can create high-performing teams include:
- Get to know colleagues | Share strengths and communication preferences and styles.
- Mission alignment | Ensure that everyone knows and can vocalize the mission of ACC, the mission of one’s own department, and how the missions align.
- Mutual respect | Work to handle differences professionally and create an atmosphere that supports differences
- Team-building activities | Recreational or non-work-based activities such as company picnics and outings and yearly departmental surveys on team-building activities, successes, and needs.
To learn more about ways to practice effective collaboration, and to find other resources and tools, view the full 3Cs Guide on Team Building.
About the 3Cs Guides
Developed from the combined expertise and insights of the Spring 2022 3Cs Learning Community and in response to requests from the 2021 and 2022 3Cs Roundtables, these guides offer support and action steps you can take to demonstrate 3Cs in your daily work at the college.
For more information and resources, view the 3Cs Guides. For all information about the 3Cs work happening at ACC, visit the 3Cs informational website on the FacStaff Info Hub.