It’s a new year! We love the feeling of getting a fresh start and look forward to the year ahead. How about you?
As we reflected on the past year, we realized a distressing trend: people are stressed out, frustrated, and going home exhausted and depressed after work. Great organizations are losing top talent due to the frustrations of individuals who feel like their work-life is chaotic and people aren’t working as a team.
Every organization tends to put people in the “sandbox” together and expects them to “play” well and create great sandcastles. We know that doesn’t work because we work with larger teams and companies every day to resolve these issues and create high-performing teams. The problem is that smaller teams and companies often don’t get this kind of help – so with a strong desire to help smaller teams, we have created a half-day workshop on creating team alignment (best for teams of 3-7 people) by:
· Improving communication so frustrations are reduced and people enjoy working together.
· Clarifying who, what, why and how the team works which leads to greater productivity.
· Allowing people to have more fun individually and collectively as a team.
· Making work-life easier and more satisfying.
· Producing better, more consistent results.
What could you accomplish in 2017 if your team was in total alignment?
This workshop is structured as a half-day “team retreat” and will be guided by expert facilitators and consultants giving your team personal attention. Your team will walk away with clarity, alignment, and esprit de corps!
Interested in our next half-day team alignment workshop?
Note: registration fee is for your entire team to attend together (max. 7 people) and includes all materials as well as full breakfast and lunch with your team.
$2,800 per team ($2,500 for LEAP Alumni and Sponsor Companies)
Lynda Silsbee is Founder and President of the Alliance for Leadership Acceleration. She has spent more than 30 years creating and leading high performance teams. Along with the other LEAP Certified Coaches, she reports that helping managers make the LEAP to leader is one of the most fulfilling aspects of her work.