Watch What Happens When You Bring in Deborah for Your Company’s Next High Powered Facilitation
Appreciative Inquiry Summits
If your team focuses on what’s wrong, what’s broken and what’s not working, it fosters a culture of negativity that can quickly spread through the entire organization, paving the way for creative stagnation, low morale and high turnover.
Change is inevitable. What makes the difference between a thriving organization and a struggling one is how nimbly they can respond, pivot and adapt to these changes.
Appreciative Inquiry, a framework developed by the Weatherhead School of Management at Case Western Reserve, can be a powerful catalyst for a 180-degree positive shift in thinking.
It has the capability to transform perceived problems into possibilities, roadblocks into brainstorms, and challenges into opportunities.
As your facilitator, Deborah helps your group identify what is working well, how to get more of it, and how to detect, overcome or even prevent obstacles or threats.
You pick the goal (such as “Embracing Collaboration,” “Celebrating Diversity,” “Delighting Our Customers,” “Creating a Welcoming Workplace” – the sky’s the limit) — and see how the Appreciative Inquiry process can shift problem thinking into positive and practical possibilities.
This is an ideal approach for:
- Team building
- Organizational culture change
- Skill development
- Driving innovation
- Customer Service
Diversity, Culture and Inclusion initiatives
…and many more.
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Team Building Retreats
Over the years the concept of team building developed a stigma among employees, mainly because the activities were perceived as ineffective or just plain boring. The results were almost counter-productive, actually hurting more than helping.
Times have changed.
The fact is, team building has experienced a renaissance, as managers, supervisors and team leaders have begun to introduce new, more innovative, engaging and fun events that put a spark of energy and momentum-building enthusiasm into the team members.
This was the original intent behind team building, and it’s these very innovations that we can bring to your organization with a Team Building Retreat.
When your teams can work together in a cohesive, inspired way, your company succeeds on multiple levels, including:
- Increased motivation
- Enhanced productivity
- Higher morale
- Better communication
- Culture of positivity
- Closer interpersonal relationships
- Increased efficiency
…and the list goes on.
There’s a re-energized vision and a newly solidified purpose that can be brought to the forefront, paving the way for bigger and better things across the entire enterprise.
Our Team Building Retreats can bring this about in ways that will bridge gaps in interdepartmental communication and allow for a more mutually cooperative environment.
They are fun, engaging and high-energy sessions that will leave a lasting impact.
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