take the mystery out of teamwork
create better boundaries
at the corporate level
Tired of trying to figure out who was responsible for dropping the ball?
Frustrated by disparity in effort - those who drive to exhaustion and slackers with one mission-critical quality?
Irritated by passive-aggressive, indirect communication?
Exhausted by the minutia of teammates microwaving fish in the community kitchen?
Give your team the vocabulary & tools they need
Four modules, specifically designed for the corporate environment, provide
easy to apply tools and strategies.
Modules are customized per organization and can be delivered in person or online at a pace that best suits the needs of the team.
Develop a vocabulary to discuss demands & perspectives efficiently
Resource each team member to ask for, offer, and receive support, & navigate any novel problem
Anticipate, triage, and problem solve in advance & bolster buy-in
Determine the causes & conditions behind the decisions made at every level (and reign them in)
IS THIS A LEADERSHIP TRAINING?
No, although it is critical that everyone in the team have the same vocabulary.
WHAT IS THE FORMAT?
This training is ideal for groups of 12-24 in the same room at the same time. For organizations greater than 24, the training can be delivered by division or other grouping.
OUR TEAM IS COMPRISED OF REMOTE WORKERS - HOW DOES THAT WORK?
This training has been offered very successfully using online meeting platforms. It is important that everyone find a common time to attend live, but the curriculum works perfectly in an online setting.
"I have a much easier time giving an authentic, “No, thanks,” without feeling guilty or compelled to offer a real or fake explanation... I take a lot more things a lot less personally and take a lot more ownership of the honesty in my communication."
"Kari explained some of the hard truths, and walked us through personal examples and scenarios to give us an idea of how we can respond to different situations. She gave us some tools, detailed different personality traits, and made everyone laugh along the way."