Teamwork beyond COVID19 will obviously never be quite the same again.
Whether we like it or not, we'll all have to engage with this concept sooner or later.
We recommend doing it sooner.
We believe that, more than ever, businesses need to reassess, recalibrate and reset the way their teams are working to make them future-fit, efficient, psychologically safe and profitable.
This workshop digs into the events at The Record Plant Studios in Sausalito, California in 1976 as Fleetwood Mac created their masterpiece, 'Rumours' - this is our case study of teamwork underpinning the session and bringing the content and learning to life.
We look at what they did right as a team, what they did wrong as a team, and most importantly what teams today can learn from it.
We have been thrilled at the reception and commendations this workshop has received and look forward to sharing it either online or in its half, 1 day & 2 day IRL formats once restrictions are lifted.
Benchmarking dynamics of high-performing teams through robust data
The psychology and evolution of teamwork
Why teams often fail
Analysis of how your team is showing up at work now
The simple quick wins that can sustainably improve teamwork
How to embrace the more uncomfortable elements of teamwork
What happens if we stop communicating
What measurable actions need to be put in place to improve the performance of our team
Who is this session for:
This training has been specifically designed for intact-teams to experience together. It has worked consistently well for entire companies, and also for smaller in-house teams from larger organisations.
2 Hours online for groups up to 50 (larger groups can be accommodated at an uplift of £25 per extra participant)
Half Day IRL
Full Day IRL
Two Day IRL
If required, CPD Certificates can be issued to all attendees.