Proud and Productive

Productive workplaces feel alive with energy and ideas; proud workplaces take things to a whole new level.

Proud and Productive Workshops are designed to improve collaboration within teams and across whole organizations to better meet the needs of clients and stakeholders. The workshop creates an interactive learning opportunity built on: Dialogue Principles, Appreciative Inquiry and Core Values Alignment.

The workshop will:

  • Determine individual, team, organizational and client needs
  • Identify core team values, roles and responsibilities
  • Develop collaborative solutions and approaches for improving the work environment
  • Open a dialogue on how to address team challenges
  • Explore how each team member can contribute their best to the team in pursuit of meeting the organization’s goals and objectives

Benefits include:

  • Shared awareness that ‘how we work together’ is as important as ‘what we do individually’
  • A renewed focus on what really matters
  • A team that is more cohesive, engaged and empowered
  • Improved job satisfaction and productivity
  • Reduced frustration (yours and those you work with)

Feedback on Proud and Productive Workplace Workshops…

“Today was all about integration and creating common goals. It’s going to improve my job satisfaction because I’ll feel like part of a team and part of something worthwhile.”

“I have a huge sense of accomplishment. It’s been a long time that we’ve been trying to fix these things and today, for the first time, we came together as a team. I’m proud of our accomplishment.”

“We’ve broken down the barriers and built some bridges between us. We now have a more defined understanding of how things work. It’s our idea and we have to make it work!”

“In organizations, real power and energy is generated through relationships. The patterns of relationships and the capacity to form them are more important than tasks, functions, roles and positions.”
Meg Wheatley, Leadership and the New Science: Discovering Order in a Chaotic World