Groups often ask me to guide them in addressing problems and achieving goals. To this end, I’ve developed a method that consists of three elements: Process, Connection and Communication (PCC).
I stopped being a Works Council trainer years ago; my role has gradually changed into that of a coach, coaching Works Councils and collaborative teams. And as a coach, I have three roles.
Cultural differences in the Works Council are often the root cause of a problematic relationship and communication problems. As a Works Council, you should be aware of the cultural differences and discuss them.
The Works Council is independent and legally has the option to hire an external consultant. But how do you do that as a Works Council?