Passion for Dance Podcast - Ep. 110 - Team Bonding Part 3
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Ep. 110 – Team Bonding Part 3

Episode 110: 5 Practical Tips for Team Building like Creating a 5-Star Practice


Today’s episode is part three of a three-part series on team building. In the first two episodes of the series, we talked about the two different types of cohesion that your dancers are striving for, and we covered the four different factors that influence your ability to bond and be aware of those important factors you may not be able to change but are still impacting your dancers’ ability to form a strong connection.

In this episode, I’ll be covering five specific strategies you can use to increase cohesion. I hope hearing more about the different types of cohesion and different aspects of a team that influence cohesion is all helpful to set the stage, but I also know sometimes we just need the practical advice, so if you're looking for a more practical approach, this episode is all for you!

“If you want your dancers to communicate over the hard things like cleaning routines, holding each other accountable when they break the rules, you want to start with an example of positive communication that will help bring them together.”

– Dr Chelsea

Key Highlights –

  • [1m 54s] – Make Your Dancers Distinct
  • [3m 27s] – Identify Individual Roles
  • [4m 59s] – Establish Group Norms
  • [6m 05s] – Talk About Individual Sacrifice
  • [6m 55s] – Communicate Better

Resources –

The Relevé Dance Coach Membership is there to replenish your personal, mental, and emotional energy and help you create dancers who are mentally tough, resilient, and motivated. Join the Relevé Membership here:

Be sure to visit me on Instagram @dr.chelsea.pierotti for more mental skills advice for dancers

Word of mouth is still the best way the show can grow! If you have a dance friend out there who you think would benefit, please share this episode with them!


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