Gallop Ventures Leadership and Team Building programs promote four competencies of agile leadership:
- Awareness — recognizing your own strengths and weaknesses
- Flexibility — practicing versatility and experimenting with change
- Resilience — dealing with complexity with a positive attitude
- Interpersonal Skills — engaging and communicating effectively with others
This is a powerful learning experience for individuals and groups. Participants gain insights into individual performance and group dynamics and learn skills to immediately improve workplace success. Some groups invest in this single day introduction; others use it as an assessment and goal-setting tool to determine next steps.
Finding Your Leadership Stride
Ideal for Managers, Leaders or Executives, this program utilizes individual and group activities, but emphasizes the individual experience including goal-setting and empowering individuals as leaders.
Team Building for Your Herd
Best for Workplace, Department or Team, this workshop is ideal for corporate retreats or getting your group together for a non-traditional team building activity. The goal and emphasis is on creating a shared experience through group exercises and interactions. Though the day is rich in individual experience and learning, the focus and context is the group.
Raising Workplace Awareness
Excellent for Workplace or Work Teams, this workshop creates exercises for participants to experience the different roles that make up a diverse workgroup including: executive, technical, sales, and support. Benefits include: enhanced awareness of the strengths and proclivities of each group and each individual’s contribution to the team. Workshops can be tailored to building a team, creating/restoring harmony, or simply walking in each other’s shoes.
Communication for Engineers
For the Work Group, Department or Team, this workshop is designed to give engineers the opportunity to expand communication and collaboration skills while working together on a problem. Benefits include: enhanced awareness of the strengths and proclivities of each individual’s contribution to the team.