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What Others Are Saying
The workshop “Performance Coaching” contains good course material as well as good presentation skills by the instructor. The feedback I received was very positive. We have noticed real improvement in the quality of data entered into our coaching database by our leadership team.
There are a few areas where our site procedures are not in verbatim alignment with what you taught in the workshop. Ironically, we are re-evaluating our procedure for potential enhancements. The material you administered has many key data points that we may have overlooked in procedure development.
Ben Avara, FIN Superintendent, Entergy Operations, Grand Gulf Nuclear Station
Building the Team Culture
The Building the Team Culture Workshop enables a team to define and establish the culture needed for top performance and rewarding relationships. Through a carefully sequenced series of unique team challenges and focused, facilitated discussions, the team confronts and addresses opportunities for increased
Based on their experience, the team creates and commits to a set of Shared Values and Commitments to Action that serve as a touchstone for future relationships and behaviors and provide the basis for peak performance back in the workplace.
Teams who experience the Building the Team Culture workshop work in a more focused and coordinated manner on achieving their work goals, precisely because they have already clarified how they will work together, how they will communicate, how they will each influence decisions, and how they will support one another. Team members trust one another more, releasing more energy towards the task at hand.
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A Challenge Course is a series of obstacles constructed of wood, rope, wire cable, trees, and utility poles and sequenced so as to promote increasing levels of group awareness, involvement, and cohesion.
The Challenge Course (a.k.a., Ropes Course, Team Course, Confidence Course, Adventure Course, etc.) has been an effective tool for promoting team development, improved communication and problem-solving, and individual initiative and self-esteem for several decades. Originally introduced in the USA as a component of Outward Bound's 30-day wilderness programs in 1963, it reached a broader audience, mostly schools and therapeutic programs, through the work of Karl Rohnke and Project Adventure in the early '70s.
Since the mid-1980s, the Challenge Course has been used increasingly with other clientele, including Corporate groups. Progressive companies now regularly incorporate Challenge Course training as a tool to promote increased team performance.
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