Companies that prioritise high calibre workshops and follow-up coaching on their corporate menu are more effective in influencing company culture, building individual skill sets, and ultimately profitability. Your interpersonal skills will be tested in many team settings.
Where’s your pain?
As you look across your business:
- Silo mentality reigns supreme
- Competitiveness operates ahead of collaboration, in spite of what people may say
- Launching project teams: Are there teams coming together that could benefit from a external process guide, to set them up well and set them running
- Mistakes are repeated – high quality debriefing of key learnings is glossed over – we never seem to learn our lessons – destined to repeat the past
- Too much ‘doing’, not enough thinking
- Too much “talk talk talk”, too slow to action
- “I hear too much from some people, and not enough from others”
- The team members all do their bit – but they’re not a team – a team of individuals
How satisfied are you with your current offerings and current providers? Is it time refresh how your learning and development is undertaken? How beneficial could it be to lay the platform for team success, in every project team, effectively?
What to do?
Drawing on the Team Management Systems (TMS) resources, build the products that you need:
- As part of an induction programme
- When launching a project team
Structure how it runs:
- a series of days (or half-days) that allow for learning and implementation, hand in hand
- an intensive to create a powerful impact
- traditional workshop, including outdoor challenges
Choose a provider that:
- has a strong reputation over 15 years of independent consulting across Asia Pacific to multi-nationals and small business alike
- is a known, skilled practitioner ahead of an anonymous corporate
- customises to fit the client needs
- rigorously applies the Kolb Adult Learning principles in both design and delivery
- colourfully displays commitment to accelerated learning principles
Call Skillbiz , (+61) 412 994 718 to explore how to build the teams that you need.