Get buy in from all your employees in a fun, participatory way.
Consensus building is best done in a fun environment that promotes a joyful connection and appreciation from every person involved.
My facilitation methods prompt your workforce to recognize their individual and collective value and put an end to growth resistance while they reach for their personal greatest vision. Then we show them how these fit into your organization’s larger vision.
While it is important to focus on the what and why of an organization, it is also important to get buy in on the how.
This is done by helping you articulate the kind of work environment you want to create. This is important, because support for their organization happens for employees when they feel they can be themselves and are appreciated for their contribution. My facilitation style encourages both workforce and management to appreciate the role of the other so they may create a friendly work environment where people are free to share dreams, ideas and concerns.
Create an open atmosphere where everyone feels free to share dreams, ideas and concerns.
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While in search for spiritual direction, I came across one of the main tenets of spiritual thought called “the Law of Attraction”. This law is a theory from Quantum Physics, the branch of science that deals with nature at small scales and low energy of atoms and subatomic particles.
There is an adage claiming terrible things come in threes. There is no data to back this up because perception is subjective, what some judge as awful, others don’t. This adage amounts to nothing is more than a person trying to find logic in the random events that happen in their life. But the combinational effects of three events, a pandemic, the economic turmoil left in its aftermath, and the unrest triggered by the violent death of George Floyd at the hands of police seem to add credence to this old belief concerning challenging events. These past few months highlight some of the toughest periods in our nation’s history. People are genuinely frightened by them and are questioning the ability of our nation to survive them.
We have become a fear-based culture. We fear not being properly insured, missing out on an activity, not having the best car or living in the right neighborhood, not having enough money. One need only look at our nightly news to understand that we lust for a regular dosage of fear-mongering to get us through the day. Worrisome topics rule our conversations with friends and family where we warn them of the oncoming doom and fill them with the precautionary actions they must immediately take.