Task Enabling™ Exercise
The Task-Enabling™ Exercise (TEE) is a reflective process that makes task-enabling, or helping, more visible, intentional, and impactful for you and others. After you reflect on a specific experience of task-enabling and how it was effective or ineffective, the TEE guides you through the process of identifying task-enabling patterns and devising an action plan to make task-enabling an intentional habit.
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The Task-Enabling™ Exercise (TEE) is a workbook grounded in empirical research. Possible uses of the workbook include:
- Classroom exercise: Instructors use the TEE to assist their students in building high-quality connections and enhancing team performance.
- One-on-one coaching: Coaches use the TEE to guide clients on how to be healthier and more effective by understanding how to encourage and facilitate better task-enabling.
- Group workshops: Organizations invite employees to participate in the TEE to increase effectiveness of helping and being helped and to foster employee development, growth, and thriving.
- Self-development: Individuals use the TEE to enable themselves to more effectively help and be helped.
The Task-Enabling™ Exercise (TEE) is the product of a collaboration of faculty, staff, and students at the Center for Positive Organizations at the Michigan Ross School of Business. The TEE is based on research that documents the value of effective interpersonal helping at work (and beyond), including:
- Dutton, Jane. Energize Your Workplace. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass, 2003. Print.