Teamwork is a wonderful thing. Unfortunately it does not always spontaneously occur when a team is assembled. In a workplace setting this is even more commonly true. So what do you do when you’re a team member or a team manager that can’t quite seem to work together?
Here’s the team-building solution. Partners in Discovery Ltd. conducts workplace reviews, provides group coaching sessions, and works with you to provide training development plans that will supply your team the skills they need to work effectively together. This is just one aspect of the training and consultative services offered by their expert team.
Genella Macintyre, the Principal of Partners in Discovery, has a long list of accomplishments to her name. She holds a Master of Arts degree in Applied Psychology from the University of Saskatchewan, certificates in Coaching and Mediation skills, and is a qualified trainer in Myers-Briggs, to name a few. Her years of dedicated study have qualified her in the fields of training, coaching, and consulting; with extensive experience in human resource management, executive leadership, and personal and executive coaching. She is also qualified in individual and family counseling, and program development and evaluation. The unique set of skills Genella is able to teach will not only help improve the quality of your (or your employees) professional life, but personal lives as well.
Training can be implemented in several different formats, including 1 or 2 day seminars, teleconferences, “Lunch & Learns” and more. Each session is customized to the group or organization, providing the most effective use of time for all parties involved. Co-founder of Partners in Discovery, Lynda McPhail-Poole, utilizes her natural creativity to create unique visualization and guided imagery exercises for use in personal development workshops.
Rather than spending the time and energy trying to meld your “team” or entice them into working well together, why not let Genella and her associates do the work for you. They’ve already done the research and legwork, and established an effective set of processes and methods for accomplishing the same end goal: effective teamwork, and happy individuals. If it worked for their team, why not yours?