PARTICIPANT TESTIMONIALS

  • Building & Leading NASA Teams
    Building & Leading NASA Teams
  • NASA Fundamentals
    NASA Fundamentals

This workshop provides information on team dynamics, processes, roles/responsibilities, and other practical information for working effectively within a team environment. You will learn the strategies of how to be an effective member of a team and have opportunities to put these strategies into practice.

This course is designed for NASA’s new engineers or early-career hires.

Common Competencies
  • C 2.2 - Team Dynamics and Management
  • C 4.2 - Communication

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Related Resources

Resource Category

APPEL Library Resources

NASA Galaxie Library NASA Galaxie Library Books 24x7 Library Books 24x7 Library
All supplemental resources are NASA accessible only unless otherwise noted.

Upon completion of this course, participants will be able to:

  • Recognize the importance of teamwork and participating in team activities at NASA.
  • Define and describe different roles and responsibilities of team members on a project team and how they impact team performance.
  • Identify and practice the characteristics of a superior NASA project team.
  • Use an understanding of group dynamics to be an effective NASA team member.
  • Apply team processes including collaborative decision-making, problem-solving methods, and conflict resolution approaches within or among teams.
  • Appreciate being open to diverse viewpoints to achieve team success.

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