You might have noticed a stir of change occurring in management leadership training circles. It has a lot to do with keeping everyone engaged.
Smart companies know that new technologies in the office place don’t necessarily work out unless you’ve first prepared your team. Builders of today’s digital sharing tools like Basecamp or Google Drive assume there’s a minimal amount of teamwork in the offline world first, before their tools can be used to their maximum benefit.
Since Millennials make up the majority of the workforce in many companies now, leadership goals have swung towards better managing this sector of the workforce.
The hard-working folks at Minneapolis-based CWT Meetings & Events had the tables turned this winter. For once they weren’t the ones doing all the planning! Magnovo hosted a Rescue Buddies™ Charity Workshop for the global company, which called upon us to help them give back and build teamwork skills.
AbbVie Pharmaceuticals in Mettawa, IL was preparing to introduce a crucial new product into the market and they needed help getting their sales team on the same page with one another and the rest of the firm’s departments. We’d handled this sort of scenario before, so we were confident we could deliver. Read more
Working in government brings a unique set of stress factors that people working in other industries just don’t experience quite the same way. We get that, because we’ve been working with government groups for over a decade now, helping them build better teams. Read more
The luxurious Ritz Carlton Hotel in Orlando, FL was the setting when 200 executives from Lockheed Martin participated in a fantastic version of our Bike-a-Thon Charity Workshop. The massive size of the group didn’t leave a whole lot of room to maneuver, but that didn’t stop anyone from going all out to compete, learn some advanced teamwork skills, and hustle up no less than 34 brand new bicycles to donate to The Heart of Florida United Way. It was a gratifying experience for everyone involved, with a huge group truly becoming a team and local children reaping tangible benefits as well.
This Bike-A-Thon™ was exciting in so many ways! The AGC Oregon-Columbia Chapter hosted a 2-day retreat centered around the theme of building amazing relationships. This Associated General Contractors (AGC) networking and team building event offered programming for legislative advocacy, workforce development, safety, and membership networking.
Kicking Off The AGC Oregon-Columbia Bike-a-Thon™
This was a Rescue Buddies Workshop we staged for a group from 21st Century Oncology in Fort Myers, FL. The setting was the Pink Shell Hotel when 40 staff members used a few new teamwork tricks to assemble stuffed animals for the Lee County Sheriff’s Office to distribute to local children under distress. Fueled by a willingness to learn as well as a desire to give back to the community, the teams worked hard all day to practice big picture thinking and develop their leadership skills.