Team Intelligence


This workshop trains people to contribute to building and sustaining the higher order team skills needed to thrive in pursuing a team’s project or an organization’s mission.

Building and Sustaining a High Performance Team

This workshop is for anyone on a team who wants to contribute to building and sustaining the higher order team skills needed to thrive in pursuing your mission. Whether you are part of building a new team, or you have a good team that could be great or you have a great team where the energy and purpose need to be renewed, this is a workshop for you.

Leading a team means taking responsibility to create the conditions for your team to thrive, overcome challenges, recover from disappointment, and adapt to the changing landscape of your mission.

As a result of this workshop you will:

  • Understand the concept as well as skills associated with the 7 domains of Team Emotional and Social Intelligence (TESI) that include Team Identity, Motivation, Social Awareness, Communication, Stress Tolerance, Mood, and Conflict Resolution.
  • Identify your team’s strengths and challenges in these skills.
  • Formulate strategies for building and sustaining skills in each of the 7 skill domains.
  • Leave with tools and an action plan for building TQ.

What Our Attendees Have to Say

Whether you're looking to understand the components of [Team Intelligence], enhance your team's [Team Intelligence], build your team, or improve your leadership skills, this training will give you the foundation to support and move you and your team along.

 – November 2021 Participant

This is an extremely valuable workshop if you are struggling with working on a team. I highly recommend taking this course in order to open yourself up to more ideas and different perspectives!

– November 2021 Participant

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Instructor: Judy Baxter, MA

 Associate Clinical Professor, University of Colorado, Anschutz Medical Campus, School of Medicine, Barbara Davis Center

Judith (Judy) Baxter, retired at the end of 2022 from the University of Colorado- Anschutz Medical Campus, School of Medicine and Colorado School of Public Health, after 40 years, where she was an Associate Professor focused on teaching and research.

As part of the RIHEL team since its inception, Judy continues to learn from participants, alumni and colleagues. Her most recent foci in RIHEL programs has been on leading the collaboration thread and supporting the emotional intelligence and coaching threads in ALTP, as well as co-leading workshops in Team Intelligence, Leading Team’s Virtually and The Emotionally Effective Leader. Her growth edge is to look critically at how our leadership workshops can be infused with thoughtful application of a Justice, Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion (JEDI) mindset.

In her Life Part 2, Judy continues to be part of the RIHEL team, as well as her established coaching practice focused on supporting individuals and organizations to find their highest goals and build/sustain high performance teams. Her coaching philosophy embraces practices that support the development of mindful awareness, positive intelligence and emotional/social intelligence. She is active in the Denver community by serving on several boards and working as a volunteer therapy team with her dog Piper. Judy hopes to further her cooking, writing and fly-fishing skills that will combine with new travel adventures, all with family and friends.

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