Strengths-based Capacity-building workshops for teams and organizations
What would it mean to your organization if you teams were fully engaged and thriving? What impact would that have on the metrics that matter?
High Peaks Group creates engaging action learning sessions where participants understand their strengths, define the organization they want, and begin the process of creating it through practice.
Our sessions are not "training programs," rather we provide learning experiences where the participants work hard on practicing not only "what" to do in certain situations, but also "how" to do it in a way that builds a strong, resilient company culture. Often that requires some self-reflection and courage to try new behaviors. Our facilitators create a safe, engaging space to work and experiment.
- Preparing for Change
- Emotional Intelligence
- Giving and Receiving Feedback
- Innovation / Creativity
- Rapid Prototyping
- Conflict Management
- Effective Influencing
- Managing Up
- Resonant Leadership
- Value of Positive Workplace Behavior
SOME Programs We've Built:
- Two-day emotional intelligence workshop for senior healthcare system administrators
- International fellowship program for high-potential college graduates
- Six-month coaching program for mid-career cross-sector change agents
- End-to-end positive culture change program for education sector leaders
- Full- and half-day mindfulness workshops to teach and practice ways teams and individuals can recharge and re-focus.
Call us If You:
- Are launching a new initiative and you need company-wide buy-in
- Have team or division leaders that need to "show up" strong for their teams
- Suspect people are getting burned out and lack work-life balance
- Think employees have lost passion for your mission
- Need to communicate more effectively across the organization
- Have a toxic culture where people treat each other poorly
- Need to generate ideas, solutions, and prototypes quickly
- Are stuck in a fixed mindset and need to take more risks
- Need more effective and civil ways to communicate, negotiate, and influence stakeholders
- Need to unpack complex stakeholder relationships