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Creating a Team Culture – High Energy Culture Training Activities

Creating a Team Culture is our virtual classroom training program. This team building workshop is designed to make your team work together in ways you never thought possible! This workshop is packed full of tips and tricks designed to make even the worst teams become stronger and better than ever! You may have some of the best employees in the business, but if they can’t work together in a positive way, your business will suffer.

This is where we come in, we can take some of the most defensive team members and turn them into the most positive and uplifting members of your company. Look over all the benefits this class has to offer your team, and then let’s get started!

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Improving Corporate Culture

High Energy Classroom Culture Team Building: Want to build trust and respect among your co-workers and managers? The Creating a Team Culture workshop can help your group identify characteristics that lead to better teamwork. This workshop helps improve company culture and your group will build more of a team atmosphere and learn how and why people act “that way”.

Ultimately, it shows team members how to deal more effectively with each other. Fun classroom team building is a fantastic way to generate a “behavior change” and build teamwork in a group of coworkers. People learn faster when they are having fun!

We will help you learn positive steps to create the best team culture for your corporate group! 

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A team has just improved their compay culture after working with The Leaders Institute.

Fun Classroom Team Building to Build a Team Culture

  • Have fun while building camaraderie and rapport
  • Open up lines of communication
  • Identify easy ways to disagree agreeably and resolve conflicts
  • Improve efficiency and teamwork
  • Build confidence in team members
  • Taught in a virtual classroom setting
A team creatig a better team culture using The Leaders Institute workshop.
Customize a Specific Solution for Your Group’s Specific Needs

The Creating a Team Culture team building seminar is composed of one-hour modules. It can be customized to fit any time-frame and can easily be tailored to the specific needs of your group. Individual classroom team building modules are perfect for breakout sessions as well.

If you want to teach or reinforce personality temperament training, an alternative version of this program called Personality Traits that Influence Behavior is also available. One of our instructors can help you quickly and easily customize a program for your group.

This is taught in a virtual classroom so that your employees and partners all over the world can get the training without having to travel. This is also perfect for companies who primarily work remotely.

A team creatig a better team culture using The Leaders Institute workshop.
Improving corporate culture and working together to solve problems.

Popular Topics:

  • Improving Communication with a Remote Team
  • Reducing Stress in a Crazy World
  • Building Trust and Rapport
  • Reducing Tension and Improving Morale
  • Gain Enthusiastic Cooperation from Your Team
  • Leading Better Meetings
  • Leading Better Online Meetings​

Alternate Topics:

  • Build Leaders Who Inspire Teamwork
  • Conflict Resolution
  • Dealing with Difficult People
  • Personality Temperament Training
  • Problem Solving that Create Breakthroughs

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by Karen Brown on Creating a Team Culture

The leadership modules and bike building were FANTASTIC!!! Everyone was pleased and I got kudos from my boss- thanks to you guys!!

by Brad Zervitiz on Creating a Team Culture

Our instructor was awesome!

by Kathy Dorminey on Creating a Team Culture

We truly enjoyed this dynamic training. We were engaged and interested in the material and had fun too.

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