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Boost your team's potential by fundamentally impacting it's communication culture.


Expect co-workers to improve their ability to... 

resolve conflict with respect

collaborate for better solutions

engage & connect with team members

Workshop Features At A Glance

  • Simple, practical model

  • Highly interactive

  • 2 hr / Half day / Full day

  • Participant Workbooks

  • 2 companion feedback tools (optional)


Learn 4 concise and practical steps to removing barriers and bridging gaps. Identify key actions that will help you work through tense conversations, and how to avoid the negative actions that hinder progress

Companion Feedback Tools (optional)

  • Listen Up / Speak Up!- 360©

  • Listen Up / Speak Up! - Team Report ©

Workshop Options

Listen Up / Speak Up! for Leaders

Listen Up / Speak Up! for Teams

Listen Up / Speak Up! for Departments

While the core of these workshop remains the same, each caters to unique needs and challenges.

Listen Up / Speak Up! for Leaders

Leadership does not change a person's  communications strengths and weaknesses, it  magnifies them.


We'll discuss and emphasize the opportunities and pitfalls specific to communicating from a leadership role.

Listen Up / Speak Up! for Teams

An excellent team building opportunity. Intact teams can utilize this to find solutions to current team issues.


Listen Up / Speak Up! for Departments

This is a uniquely designed multi-team workshop built to increase communication both within your team and between teams.


The first phase focuses on improving each team's communication as they work through their own Listen Up / Speak Up-Team Report.


The second phase shifts to improving processes  between teams. Each group identifies other teams with whom they need better processes or interactions. Then through a series of delegate conversations ... they follow the 4 step process to agree on steps to better hand-offs and collaboration.

"The most important work of the new economy is creating conversations."


- Alan Weber, Fast Company Magazine. 


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