YOUnity: Unity Begins with You
Unity on a team is crucial if a team is going to reach its goals and enjoy its work. Unity starts with how we use the incredible influence we have on those around us. This message dives deep into practical ways to use that influence to unite rather than divide. It includes things like:
 
~ Using patience and humility with teammates
~ Working to be a complement rather than a competitor
~ Addressing conflict in a way that makes the team stronger
~ And so much more!

Regardless of your team’s goals, this practical training will get you headed in toward unity today!

Leading Toward Unity

Leadership can make or break a team. A great leader will be a source of unity and a person who values the worth of their team members. This training focuses on practical ways to lead a team toward unity. Depending on the needs of your organization, the training could include leadership principles such as:

  • Leading by example
  • Leading well
  • Leading with your heart
  • Leading with support
Communication That Connects
Connection on a team is critical to the success and enjoyment of the team members. Communication will make or break that connection. The way we communicate is so much more than written, verbal, non-verbal, and visual. The way we communicate will dictate how connected a team feels. This training will provide:
  • A foundation for the importance of connection on a team
  • Six practical ways to communicate that will draw a team together
  • Encouragement to use these methods to build connection on the team
Supervisor Training

Supervisors can cost your company a lot of money with even a small misstep, so training is crucial to the protection of your investment. Ashley will customize a training to your team, their needs, and experience. Training can include a variety of elements, such as:

  • Management Tools
  • Leadership Styles
  • Employment Law Compliance
  • Company Policies and Procedures

All training is completely customizable to the needs of your business.

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