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Build a Resilient Team (BaRT) Experience

  • 26 Oct 2023
  • 10:30 AM - 11:30 AM (MDT)
  • Denver, Colorado

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Build a Resilient Team (BaRT) Experience

Thursday, October 26th, 2023

10:30-11:30 MDT

This is an in-person workshop. The first 25 people to sign up will be active participants

in the workshop activities. If you sign up after the first 25 slots are full, you are welcome to be an observer. Observers are welcome to participate virtually.

Resilience means having the ability to bounce back, to stare down adversity, take action and grow from the experience. Integrating workplace resilience into teams is essential for today's workers to handle increasing uncertainties, deal with greater complexity, have greater confidence in taking risks, improvise with the available tools and resources and, ultimately, be more fulfilled by their work.

But, how do you build a resilient team? We draw from our research in workplace resilience which surfaced four factors: Active Problem Solving, Team Efficacy, Confident Sensemaking, and Bricolage.

Intended Audience:

Engineering management professionals who work in teams, lead teams, or oversee teams, especially if those teams operate in a hybrid manner across work sites, time zones, and countries.


Learn how to improve workplace resilience in team settings.

  • Understand the role of psychological safety in teams.
  • Design the experience of being a member on a virtual team.
  • Start practicing bricolage in team behaviors.

Instructor Biographies:

Dr. Larry Mallak creates and uses innovative methods to improve design processes and organizational systems. His work on team resilience and corporate ethnography is bringing new tools and improved outcomes to global teams. He’s a Professor at Western Michigan University, an ASEM Fellow, and his work has been featured in TEDx, Engineering Management Journal, WORK, and more.

Jonathan Rees
is an author, consultant, and trainer in leadership and strategic facilitation. He builds on his experiences from corporate life that included 14 years at Hewlett-Packard leading a virtual team and current work with blue light services in the U.K.

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Dr. Bill Daughton

Professor Emeritus

Missouri S&T

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