Team Breaking Session - 2 days
institute is offering a unique training session dedicated to already
very high performing teams in any business, where top performance needs
to last forever - TEAM BREAKING
training is carefully engineered to address Polish culture phenomenon of
performing best in unity against a common villain, and working against
Western cultures' organizational behaviour
of uniting in a common goal is considered by us as fairly ineffective in
Polish environment, and commercial team building sessions are nothing
but a "feel good" moment that costs a lot and brings only temporal
change if anything.
If your team is constantly performing above
expectations, people in the team develop a common but hermetic culture,
a sense of boredom creeps in, you start to notice group-think emerging,
challenges are lacklustre and traditional team building activities meet
their growing scorn then :
YOUR people need this training.
address the ever growing need of further development of professionals
in top notch companies. Our staff comprises of management practitioners
from top polish companies, that strive for effective if sometimes
unusual answers to corporate problems. Whatever we preach, we practice,
so you will not find any theoreticians among us.
Our TEAM BREAKING
session is 2 full days (9:00 - 22:00) of pure exercises with 100% active
involvement required from participants.
Team may comprise of 6 to
10 experienced professionals that have been working together for at
least one full year (preferably 3+ years).
Aim of the training is to
identify a thin line between maximal involvement and withdrawal, through
provocative work on weaknesses of individuals until they find a
powerful intrinsic resistance within themselves. From this moment the
training only builds upon their collective strength as a team.
Breaking will challenge each and every individual, and the team as a
whole to a new standard. Personalities will disappear only to be found
again, some friendships will be lost, found and reinforced, synergy will
be forged forever and after.
All the best teams
survive this training, and perform substantially better, having more fun
from work, delivering greater results.
Weak teams, however, may break into individuals or subgroups, that should never work together - so be cautious!
What is important for us is that open conflict is always true, and
sometimes it's better for people to part ways. Organizations which allow
for such openness and experimentation perform significantly better.
The group which is not forced to be a team will be the best team.
Just think of yourself and your childhood friends, how good of a team you were.