- For Teams
Team Performance Optimiser
Does your team have an important project coming up that demands their very best performance?
Summit’s Team Performance Optimiser is a stimulating 6+ hour team development event that explores how different ways of thinking, communicating, and collaborating can positively or negatively impact their motivation, productivity, and general health and wellbeing.
"This really was an amazing event...absolutely brilliant."
- Course Outline
BY THE CLOSE OF THE COURSE, PARTICIPANTS WILL HAVE:
Completed 3 team activities designed to reflect your organisation’s biggest challenges.
Boosted their self-awareness through challenging individual activities and self-review tasks.
Discovered the ways in which they have been working on ‘autopilot’ without thinking
Learned how to take control and maximise their effectiveness and the quality of outputs.
Smash through the top 3 obstacles standing in the way of their team functioning at its best.
Understood the value of healthy boundaries and permissions within workplace relationships.
A Blueprint for how to enjoy the journey more together.
Gained the skills to develop high-trust, low-maintenance relationships with colleagues to accelerate progress.
WHAT YOU GET FROM THE COURSE
Upon completion of the Team Performance Optimiser course participants will receive:
A Certificate of Completion for the Team Performance Optimiser course
Course Slide Deck with accompanying notes
Access to online learning reinforcement resources (£97 per person value)
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