Our on-site workshops will help you establish a culture of leadership, improve collaboration & relationships, get your leaders on a path of growth & development, and never fail to kick-start team motivation!

Your workshop will cover various concepts while addressing your organization’s unique challenges, opportunities for growth, and leadership goals.

Held on location in your own conference rooms or another appropriate facility of your choosing.   

Mapping Your Journey: A one-day Goal Setting workshop that will prime your team for success. This is perhaps the most important thing that is often overlooked or miss-handled. Yet you’d never set out on a trip without having some idea of where you are going. The simple fact is without a destination, you’ll never get where you’re going. They say that the scariest thing in the Army is a Second Lieutenant looking at a compass. I suppose with GPS, that may have changed, but the idea of knowing your Goal and how to chart your course is a critical skill.

At the end of this workshop, participants will be able to: 

  • Identify what is important to you in your life. 
  • Use goal-setting activities and appropriate language to articulate what you want in life. 
  • Explain what your dreams and goals are for both the short and long term. 
  • Use motivating techniques to help you reach your goals. 
  • Understand how to deal with setbacks.

Laying Your Foundation: This is a one-day workshop on Building Successful Business Relationships. In the pre-computer age growing, your Rolodex meant adding names to your network. Today more than ever, having a network of individuals with who you can build your reputation is as fundamental as ever. Further developing solid relationships with every prospect is not only good business, but it’s also a good character. When you treat customers like friends, you are actually making friends. 

At the end of this workshop, participants will be able to: 

  • Discover the benefits of developing a support network of connections.  
  • Understand how building relationships can help you develop your business base.  
  • Learn how to apply communication techniques to build your network.  
  • Identify the key elements in strong working relationships and how you might put more of these elements in your working relationships.  
  • Recognize the key interpersonal skills and practice using them. 

World Series Winning Teams: This is a one-day workshop about Building Better Teams. The value of teamwork is something most of us can appreciate. However, sometimes it can get lost in the rush of the daily grind. Synergy, or the concept of something greater than the sum of its parts, is a well-established possibility. The idea that you need the right people on the bus and, most importantly, in the right seats is critical. The best players in the wrong positions are never going to produce a winning team. I love “Money Ball” if you haven’t watched this movie, it is a musty see. In this true-life story, you can appreciate how important it is to understand your goals and how building a winning team might require unconventional thinking.

At the end of this workshop, participants will be able to:

  • Understand the value of working as a team.
  • Develop team norms, ground rules, and team contracts.
  • Identify your team player style and how it can be used effectively with your own team.
  • Build team trust.
  • Identify the stages of team development and how to help a team move through them.
  • Recognize the critical role communication skills will play in building and maintaining a team.
  • Identify ways that team members can be involved and grow in a team setting.

Stressed is Desserts Spelled Backwards: This is a one-day workshop that deals with stress management. The only way to eliminate stress is to stop breathing; this will also prevent snoring. Unfortunately, you’ll be dead too. On the other hand, managing your stress and learning how to reduce it is possible.

At the end of this workshop, you will be able to:

  • Understand that stress is an unavoidable part of everybody’s life.
  • Recognize the symptoms that tell you when you have chronic stress overload.
  • Change the situations and actions that can be changed.
  • Deal better with situations and actions that can’t be changed.
  • Create an action plan for work, home, and play to help reduce and manage stress.