Teams & Culture
Imagine running a team or organization where the people are excited about working together and bring all their unique talents to work. By expanding your potential pathways to success you can create ways of working and systems that are people-centered, and achieve results that are better than you thought possible.
Is this for you?
The teams I work with are often high-performing and are succeeding with lots of routine and well-documented systems. But they are often limiting themselves in terms of what they can achieve because their practices are so rigid, their leadership teams all do the same things and employees stay in their lane. Team members can end up feeling competitive or territorial, stressed out or even bored. If any of this sounds familiar, we can work together to recognize what your people are really capable of and tap into innovative ways of working to drive success and increase feel-good factor.
“Jenn has helped me develop my vision and business strategy as an early founder. She used her considerable business experience and knowledge to empower and guide crucial aspects.”
What outcomes can you expect?
Broader bandwidth that expands potential for better financial and performance outcomes.
Leaders that can tap into the unique talents and diversity of your organization.
Engaged team members that want to help you grow and succeed.
Flexibility in pathways that allows your people to think, create, and do what you hired them to do – without burnout!
Our program will depend on your goals, but typically I work with a team or organization utilizing group workshops, 1:1 coaching, and/or group coaching over a few weeks to co-develop the vision and ways of working, as well as ensure commitment in your real-world operations. This is not about offsite team-building, it’s about on the job collaboration that gets results. In many, but not all, cases I also provide strategic consulting to help the team implement the new way of working together.
Ready for New Opportunities?
Take the first step and schedule an introductory call with me to get the ball rolling.
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