Businesses are having to make some very tough decisions at present. So it is good to hear from elite rugby player, Carl Rimmer, who won the Aviva Premiership with Exeter Chiefs, talking about how he prepared so he could make the right decisions under pressure on the rugby field. Carl’s advice: get your processes right; focus on those and not just the outcomes; reflect and learn. As ever business can learn a lot from sport.
With the increase in remote working and the likelihood that this will continue for the foreseeable future. Ensuring that Teamwork is optimised will face different challenges. Jamie Martin of Correct Careers Coaching and I discuss some ideas and solutions.
Team-i’s Tim Thurston and Jamie Martin of Correct Careers Coaching are hosting a Masterclass Webinar to help businesses get back to full productivity.
The purpose is to strategically provide a framework to support businesses during COVID-19 in preparing them for business post reintegration
About this Event
For SME Owners/employees (any industry sector) seeking to reset your recovery or to maintain full productivity post-reintegration; this Masterclass workshop is for you to book on to.
Date: Wednesday 20th May 2020
Time: 2.30pm-4pm (1.30 hours)
Location: Zoom Video Conferencing
*30% from this workshop ticket revenue will be donated to a COVID-19 fund.
10% ticket discount for FSB or Business West members
Why we are collaborating and hosting this Masterclass workshop?
For a business to thrive, it needs a high performing and engaging team (Tim’s business models from Team-i), as well as cashflow from gross sales (Jamie’s modern sales training from Correct Careers Coaching).
What is the value for your business attending this workshop?
1. Understanding the reset within the team’s communication and alignment of roles to deliver the business purpose during company changes.
2. How to utilise different channels to approach and increase a new customer base for achieving 2020 sales targets and profit.
Team-i and Correct Careers Coaching’s Masterclass Workshop:
We will show you a simple model that will help you re-set your company’s strategy. Part of this will be your relationships with your customers. We’ll then show you through utilising modern/different channels how to increase new business relationships post reintegration.
Develop your team by learning from the success of elite sports teams!
Business can learn a lot from elite sport, with its clear measurable outcomes and transparent methods.
Through this series of four interactive workshops, Swindon Wildcats ice hockey player/coach, Aaron Nell, will share how the Wildcats (National Ice Hockey League champions 2018) have achieved their success.
Team-i director, Tim Thurston (former MD of Cotswold Life and other publishing companies), then helps facilitate how they can be applied to your business. Thus, increasing the engagement and performance of your team, which will increase the profitability of your business.
The workshops will cover the following:
Workshop 1: The key elements of a high performing team and the importance of a shared purpose.
Workshop 2: How the Wildcats attracted the best talent within their budget and utilise it effectively.
Workshop 3: Leadership styles and how leaders were developed within the team.
Workshop 4: How performance was managed and strategies we developed to beat the competition.
All of these topics are essential to the success of any business, these unique workshops give you an opportunity to hear how the key elements for each can be implemented into a team to make it elite.
From the workshops you will not only have a good understanding of how an elite sports team achieved their success, you will also have a framework that you can use to create a development plan for your business.
How your business will benefit…
“Tim and Aaron from Team-i have a highly-developed Team Building model that draws from extensive research, coupled with their first rate business and sporting experience. Their programme of workshops will help any business, or organisation, transform the way it thinks of Teamwork and improve their fundamental approach to the challenge of Building Great Teams”. Philip Tweed, WD40’s Development Director
“I came away from the workshop with Team-i feeling motivated and inspired.“ Ian Quartemaine, William Hinton Chartered Accountants
“Really useful content on how to lead and motivate teams. I would thoroughly recommend the programme” Philip Bishop Perry Bishop Chambers
“Great practical examples from sport that dovetail into business.” Dave Marshall, Morris Owen Chartered Accountants
Venue: Park House, Church Place, Swindon. SN1 5ED
Time: 2pm to 5pm
Workshop 1: Tuesday 15 September 2020
Workshop 2: 13 October 2020
Workshop 3: 24 November 2020
Workshop 4: 15 December 2020
Price: Single workshop £95 + vat per delegate.
Full course £295 + vat per delegate
2 places or more from the same business £250 + vat per delegate*
The final workshop in the first Team-i/Swindon Wildcats: ‘What business can learn from sport programme’ ran yesterday. Thanks to all delegates who participated so well in the programme, here are a few comments:
Philip Bishop of Perry Bishop Chambers said: “Really useful content on how to lead and motivate teams. I would thoroughly recommend the programme”
Dave Marshall of Morris Owen said: “Great practical examples from sport that dovetail into business.”
The next programme starts on 21 April, contact email@example.com for full details.
The final workshop in the series of four is scheduled for Wednesday 4 March, 2 to 5pm. Hosted by Business West at Park House in Swindon, the session will feature Swindon Wildcats head coach Aaron Nell and Team-i’s Tim Thurston.
Topics covered will be how to manage performance; how we are motivated; effective decision making and how to effective delegate.
A second programme of four workshops has been agreed, details to follow shortly.
The first in a programme of four workshops was well received by 20 business people in Swindon.
Team-i’s Tim Thurston and Swindon Wildcats’s head coach, Aaron Nell delivered an interactive workshop, which shared the key elements of high performing teams and how the Wildcats achieved their success by putting the Team first.
The reaction from the cohort of local business people was very positive:
Philip Tweed, WD40’s Development Director said:
“Tim and Aaron from Team-i have a highly-developed Team Building model that draws from extensive research, coupled with their first rate business and sporting experience. Their program of workshops will help any business, or organisation, transform the way it thinks of Teamwork and improve their fundamental approach to the challenge of Building Great Teams”.
Ian Quartermaine of William Hinton said:
“I came away from the workshop with Team-i feeling motivated and inspired. Often management workshops can feel a little bit tired, but introducing Aaron Nell from the Wildcats in Swindon really complemented Tim Thurston’s workshop style. The interaction between the group was vibrant and I really enjoyed the afternoon.”
The second session in the series takes place on Tuesday 12 November.
The workshop will build on the first session and will focus on:
Embedding the essential key elements of a successful team into your team
How to recruit the right people into the right roles
How to develop your culture
How to engage your team and fully utilise their attributes
Team-i have teamed up with Punchline Live to deliver a training event that demonstrates how the key elements of a high performing sports teams can be integrated into your business.
The session on 21st November at the Jurys Inn hotel in Gloucester, will have Gloucester Rugby’s Charlie Sharples presenting the key elements that have made the teams he has played in successful. For further details visit: https://lnkd.in/exkdbmN