Developing High Performing Teams
Cornerstone offers customized team building events to meet the specific needs of our clients and we’ve had the privilege to work with teams in some of the nation’s largest companies including: US Bank, Starkey, Select Comfort, Children's Hospitals, Bellisio Foods.
With more than 15 years of instructor-led training experience under our belt, we are experts in adult learning theory and creative training techniques . In short, we produce training that is meaningful, memorable and motivational as well as actionable.
A partial list of topics we cover include:
Strengths based teams – using the StrengthsFinderTM assessment, we help teams identify individual and group strengths and create action plans to apply the information toward enhanced collaboration and communication and individual as well as team performance.
Change-ready team – this workshop is designed to help teams understand the impact of change and move individuals and groups beyond mere acceptance of change to becoming positive, engaged and even innovative contributors during the change process.
Building Collaboration & Managing Conflict – in this team event, individuals will learn what high performing teams do differently; how to identify the difference between productive and unproductive conflict and they’ll gain strategies for dealing with unproductive conflict and difficult people.
Critical Communication Skills – without effective communication, business results are stifled. In this workshop, employees will learn about the elements of effective communication, how to build trust through listening skills, practical tips for giving and receiving feedback and the basics of emotional intelligence such as how to respond vs. react and gain greater awareness of the impact of one’s behavior on others.
We’d love to help build strong teams in your organization.
Teamwork is the ability to work together toward a common vision. The ability to direct individual accomplishment toward organizations objectives. It is the fuel that allows common people to attain uncommon results.
~ Andrew Carnegie