We completed a program designed specifically for middle managers. We started off with “purpose”. Dan Pink in his book, “Drive” shared the 3 building blocks towards bringing engagement our approach emphasizes the significance of “Going out of your comfort zone” to enhance professional growth and effectiveness. Specifically;




Experiential activities

A mix of using experiential activities indoors and use of a high elements ropes course was used in this program. As oppose to throwing participants into relentless bouts of activities, we covered 4 activities in 1 day.

We captured what the participants had say about their experience on the high elements.

Program overall was well evaluated. We ensured we did not lump ourselves into a hole, where we just ran one activity after another. Rather, we ensured:

Critical academic findings on managing teams were shared
Related the session to the “Purpose” slate of the organization
Facilitated the meaning behind going out of the “comfort zones”
Participants got to reflect on their leadership styles and attributes whilst planning their own development plans

This is what one participant had to say.

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Ebnu Etheris
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Founder Teamworkbound

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Personal Excellence Magazine (Aug 2014 issue) based in Canada featured our article.

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Human Resources Magazine (July 2012 issue), featured Teamwork Bound views on what it takes to engage senior managers.

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