I found the Team-i session on the key elements of a high performing team very interesting and thought provoking. Kai’s illustration of the points through his rugby experience was really engaging and clearly he and Tim understand how to achieve optimum performance from a team.
Chris Jarrett Director & Head of Sales, Savills Cheltenham
Our cohort of managers both enjoyed and got a lot out of their day with Tim and Kai. The rugby analogies, whether you know anything about the sport or not, so clearly set out visible examples of team work and leadership. They’re what stick with you when you go back in to the workplace, a reminder and trigger to apply your learning. Tim’s wealth of management experience meant he could tackle individual questions on how to apply principles. Tim and Kai were very personable, and quickly built up a trust with the room, that meant managers really shared their experiences and got a discussion going. A great day, that more importantly will transfer learning back to the workplace.’
Elaine Jordan, HR Director CN Media Group
‘With any training, I look for the presenters to have credibility. With the Team-i session, this was clearly evident and the illustration of the key points through rugby and the insight they gave, really made you think in a different way.’
Jonathan Nagle Sales Director CN Magazines
‘The examples using professional sport, even for someone like me who doesn’t follow rugby, brought the points to life and made them easy to understand. We have started to implement in our team and are already seeing a benefit. Looking forward to module 2!’
Rebekah Pugh, Deputy Town Clerk.
I just wanted to say thank you for speaking at our recent conference. The theme of the day was adding value. Your presentation provided a great understanding of the concepts of how important it is to build a team philosophy within the work place. This in turn greatly enhances the customer experience and therefore adds a huge amount of value to their visit.
The content delivered allowed every business operator in the room take away something that they could adopt in their business.
Colin Evans, chairman of National Farm Attractions Network