Connect silos, inspire meaningful interactions, and reduce stress with a fun team building event.
Watch your people connect and have fun while gaining valuable leadership skills. See how Sean turns laugh-out-loud moments into relevant lessons…that last.
Business Team Building Events are More Than Just a Day of Play
Yes, the laughter will be real and the relationships strengthened – but the take-aways from insightful debriefing discussions address real-world workplace issues.
Research has shown experiential activities are the most effective way to ensure engagement and lasting impact. As a veteran teacher and coach, Sean skillfully facilitates fun challenges that provide outcomes your people can apply –
Sean also offers Custom Workshops that dig deeper to address your specific workplace challenges, helping your organization see issues from a fresh perspective and resolve them to become a more productive team.
The Benefits of Team Building Events
Business Team Building to Improve Communication Skills
The benefits that a business team building event offers are numerous.
Productivity in your office or organization is impacted tremendously by the quality of the relationships, teamwork skills, and vision your people share.
As a leader, if a group is not working up to its potential – or if you are planning to throw a diverse set of individuals together for an important project – the rapport, trust, and focus that a fun business team building event provides are all necessary ingredients that promote office morale, productivity, and engagement!
Sean’s customized half and full day programs are a fun and unique way to engage your people with interactive activities that offer relevant and actionable take-aways…
Sean helps connect silos and reduce workplace conflict
If you have worked for any duration with a corporate organization, you may be familiar with the term “Silo”. A study by Industry Week found “silos” (groups whose lack of communication creates workplace conflict challenges such as low morale and workers feeling disconnected) are the biggest hindrance to corporate productivity.
A more recent American Management Association survey shows that 83 percent of executives said silos existed in their companies – and 97 percent feel they have a negative effect on morale and productivity.
Teambuilding is not the tearing down of “silos,” but a fun and effective way to build MORE quality connections and communication amongst all people and departments!
A business teambuilding event will improve your office morale and cohesiveness, but also can provide useful insights for team development and offer individual leadership applications that your people will benefit from the very next day!
So how do you create meaningful connections and build office morale?
The answer is a team building event or custom training workshop with Sean!
Your group’s productivity and success depends upon their ability to build trust, communicate more effectively, and laugh together while reducing workplace conflict…
Improve teamwork skills with a fun business team building event or breakout workshop adapted especially to impact your group’s productivity – It will boost your office morale & inspire leadership skills development. Your group will be energized with a motivational presentation or teamwork training workshop that provides results!
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Did You Know?
Organizations that communicate effectively are 4.5x more likely to retain the best people.
-Watson Wyatt (worldwide consulting firm)
U.S. companies lose $3 billion a year to the effects of negative attitudes at work.
-The Bureau of Labor Statistics
60% of executives listed lack of collaboration as one of their top leadership challenges.
-American Management Association
What you will enjoy afterwards is a focused team ready to tackle their goals with improved office morale – facilitated in a learn-by-doing, fun, and memorable format.
All engaging and enjoyable business team building activities are followed by debriefing discussions where your people will apply the insights and lessons to your specific situation – so future interactions are more productive.
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