A TALENTED GROUP OF PEOPLE WITH GREAT INTENTIONS DOESN’T NECESSARILY RESULT IN EFFECTIVE TEAMWORK.
In today’s busy and ever-changing workplace, to move beyond survival and mediocrity we need to leverage the power of high performing teams. This is true for the intact teams that we work with regularly, and for short-term project teams that need to be quickly aligned for success.
Unfortunately, most teams are held back because of unnecessary dysfunction, leaving us frustrated and discouraged. The great news is that team skills can be learned and successful teamwork is possible for everyone!
• Healthy Teams will equip participants with the skills they need to take their teamwork to the next level. Throughout the workshop, participants will be introduced the three foundations of a Healthy Team: Build Trust, Increase Collaboration and Maximize Engagement.
• Each foundation will be linked to current models and research, and then brought to life through a fun and insightful experiential challenge that will get participants out of their seats, interacting, and learning together.
• The workshop will conclude with an opportunity for everyone to transfer the concepts to the ‘real world’ by developing a personal action plan. This will provide the confidence and strategy needed to move forward in harnessing the power of Healthy Teams.
“Working with Leaders for Leaders was just the thing our department needed to jump start the 'teaming' process. What an awesome, fun way to pull everyone together and demonstrate how valuable each person is to the team. We experienced a lot of laughter together while learning some really valuable lessons.”
Canadian Tire Financial Services
Why It Works
Relevant & Timely
It feels like workplaces are becoming more dysfunctional each day. Harnessing the power of healthy teams has never been more critical to team success.
Practical & Actionable
Real-world examples and a personal action plan make sense of the concepts and provide skills you can apply right away.
Interactive & Fun
No one wants to attend another boring workshop. Interactive activities, table discussions and small group work bring the session to life.