Leadership Training

Effective Team Building

How to Instill Loyalty, Commitment and Productivity – The fact is that while all teams are groups, not all groups are teams. A group becomes a true team only when its members support and enhance each others performance and contributions … when they work together to achieve results that are bigger and better than those that could be realized individually. Includes helping your group build team synergy with challenging adventure simulations that focus on decision-making under pressure.  

Onsite Training

Leader training means different things to different people.  When we get a call for Leader training, there are a lot of questions that need to be answered.  What do you want the organization to look like when the training is done?  What are your objectives?  What are the current problems?  We can help you walk through the goals and objectives by talking you through it.  


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Effective communication

Communication is the steps between a source and a receiver that result in the transference and understanding of meaning. This powerful workshop will allow participants to connect with others and create the understanding, support and acceptance critical to organization success.  

The Five Dysfunctions of a Team

When a team struggles to accept responsibility and come to any agreements, negative morale, poor production and bottom line results suffer. In this fascinating class, the dysfunctions of a team become evident, i.e. absence of trust, fear of conflict, lack of commitment, avoidance of accountability and inattention to results. Generally, participants get on board with needed changes once they are made aware of their part in the problem.


Bad leaders come in all sizes and shapes.  But great leaders do the same things.  In this two hour seminar we will talk about what great leaders do and how student's can identify their own areas of greatness and where they might need improvement.

activating and managing change

Participants will learn how critical it is at the time in the world of business to have the changeability factor.  New supervisors who don't deal well with ambiguity will have problems in adapting to their new environment.  Participants will learn about the three Cs of change; commitment, control, and challenge; and how it can offer a life raft in the midst of chaos.