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EGEA Team Management Training 2018

The training activity took place
in Ljubljana, Slovenia
organised by EGEA
14th to 17th of September 2018
Reference person

Kristina Pintar

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Aims & objectives

The EGEA Team Management Training is a training event that takes place every year right before the EGEA Annual Congress and its General Assambly. Its goal is to train the next generation of EGEAns who are going to take official positions and roles in the organisation.

This training pretends to raise awareness on how participants work in a team so that they could discover their strenghts and weaknesses and learn how to potentiate them in a positive way.

This training was organised for student organisations (EGEA and its partners).

Target group & international/intercultural composition of the group & team

The target groups was formed by students and youth from countries such as: Slovenia, France, Germany, Belgium, Italy, Czech Republic, Poland and Croatia.

Training methods used & main activities

Participants were encourage to learn by doing, discussing with each other and discovering by themselves.
The first session of the event was team building and it was based on team building games in order to create a safe space.
In the cultural awareness session, participants discovered the different cultural perspectives regarding different topics by an activity designed through scales.
On the last day, participants needed to create a video for EGEA, in which they needed to show the most meaningful learning outcomes of the training and for sure, they needed to work as a team.

4MAT was the method used to structure the whole training event and its sessions. In each session participants were having active activities and games through which they were learning.

Outcomes of the activity

During the training, participants became a team and learnt how to work together. They also realized which are the working preferences of their future teammates. Additionally, they learnt new tools they can use to improve themselves.

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Your tasks and responsibilities within the team

We were 3 full-time trainers and I was one of them. I was also the contact person communicating with the event organisers.

I worked on this training for 4 days as a full time trainer.

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