"Boss" is an emotional word.
Most bosses think of themselves as supervisors, leaders, managers – anything but “boss”
because they don’t want to exploit a weird power dynamic.
Most employees think of their supervisor/leader/manager as boss.
“Today my boss said…” or “I’ll run that idea by my boss” or even “I have a great boss.”
We deliver Team Training Events that help bosses and employees understand each other,
where each person is free to make their strongest contribution.
All of our training events include at least one conversation with the boss beforehand so we can understand the context we're stepping into. They also include an Executive Coaching Session after the workshop to help the boss make the best use of what the team learned together. We're in this with you.
We facilitate training events that offer meaningful learning environments and effective shared team experiences.
Take a look at our most popular workshop
What Makes You Tick and
What Ticks You Off.
Or check out all of our Training Events.
Before bringing in a trainer or consultant, every boss should think through
a few things like the resources
already available to the team and the right timing for training. We made a list of
6 Questions and 1 Tip for Hiring a Trainer/Consultant.
Arrants McSwain's training was one of the best I've attended in my career. Celia King's engaging style and dynamic content
created an atmosphere of collaboration that gave us fresh, practical solutions to the challenges we face.
~ Linda Ferster, Congressional Liaison for the state of North Carolina