What if the attendees saw the possibilities for their teams and themselves through a new lens? One that highlighted their inner drive and the skills they would need to successfully communicate their vision to their sphere of influence.
As a leader, have you examined the ROI of team culture and those intangibles your team possesses?
This sampling of past events and topics I’ve been privileged to lead. But your needs will be unique. That’s why I start by learning a little about your and your organization or team’s situation, then tailor content to the needs of the group or team in attendance.
Let me know how I can provide your organization with connection, tenacity, possibility, and the vision to deliver their best
- How to Foster Tenacious Leadership with Collaboration
- Moderator for session on Motivating your Team
- Coaching a Remote Team
- Building Partnerships with Your Managers
- ROTC: Return On Team Culture
What are the qualities you and/or your group want to grow?
The ripple effect of the past few years—COVID, hybrid and/or working-from-home environments, diversity and inclusion, growing fast (downsizing faster)—continues to impact us all.
How is your leadership impacting your team’s culture?
Peter Drucker said, “Culture eats Strategy for Breakfast,” yet organizations adjust and make decisions, often with only token consideration to their impact on organizational culture.
Through this conversation—The ROI on Team Culture—you will come away with tools for how you can assess and measure the return you’re getting on critical aspects of your teams’ culture:
Are your teams connected with yarn or cable? How easily can the team trust, change, and pivot on new projects or campaigns?
When was your team last talking about how they want to work together and best operate as a team? Do they truly have a shared vision of where they want to go? What makes your team unique and sets them apart from others?
How quickly do your teams give up or point fingers? Or are they self-driven to overcome challenges and reach their goals?
Leadership isn’t about making decisions; it’s about how your choices impact the culture you are creating. Culture is not a game room, flexible work schedule, or free snack bar. It’s how your team functions when all that is gone.
When your teams have no silos and are known as having a collaborative team culture, it will have a massive impact on your bottom line. So, let’s get a conversation going about your return to team culture today.