SMALL TEAM WORKSHOPS
HAVE DIFFICULT CONVERSATIONS, COLLABORATE MORE, UNDERSTAND EACH OTHER BETTER.
I have worked in big teams in big corporations, smaller team in smaller corporations, and had my own startups and small businesses along the way too.
The one thing I have learned in all of that is that not only is everyone different, but what makes motivates and drives everyone is very different too. Sometimes that difference can lead to difficulty in terms of relationships, team bonding, and collaboration.
And if you have a smaller team – even if it’s operating within a larger corporate setting – that friction can become untenable very quickly.
I don’t want that to happen with your team, and that’s why I have set up these three small team workshops to work on your interpersonal relationships, have difficult conversations out in the open and conducted safely, and to really get your people to collaborate, share, network, and get the most out of every interaction they have in your workplace.
THIS KIND OF ACCOUNTABILITY COACHING REALLY WORKS, AND I WOULD LOVE TO HELP YOUR TEAM GROW AND DEVELOP AS PEOPLE AND AS TEAMMATES.
This is probably my personal favourite workshop, and the one I have been asked to conduct more than any other in the last 12 months or so. The 2 hour workshop aims to help your team develop the skills necessary to have hard – but essential – conversations with each other, and with other people they have to deal with regularly at work (and at home).
This workshop always uncovers some personal breakthroughs, and goes a long way to developing better interpersonal skills, while making what is sometimes necessary conflict, less intimidating.
Even the best small teams sometimes hit some roadblocks around collaboration, sharing of ideas, and people taking credit for things that they weren’t 100% responsible for. This can make the whole idea of collaboration seem a lot less likely within a small team.
This 2 hour workshop aims to make collaboration easier, by helping each team member find what they have to share, while also making each team member more likely to both ask for input, and give credit for someone’s input when they do share.
This 2 hour workshop concentrates a lot more on the make up of each person in your team. What motivates them? What scares them? What do they want to achieve? And what looks like success to them?
The problem – and the great thing! – about teams is that they are made up of individuals. Everyone has someone to share, everyone has something to teach, and everyone is always trying to work out what drives and motivates other people in their team. At the end of this workshop, your team will walk away REALLY knowing the other team members in a way they never did before.