Thriving Teams Workshops
How long is a typical workshop?
Will I have to speak up if I don't want to?
A member of my team suffers from anxiety. Can they participate?
Will I be embarrassed?
What kind of space should we book for the workshop?
It’s important there’s enough physical space for everyone to spread out and move comfortably. Workshops have also been known to get a little noisy, so you’ll need a space which doesn’t interrupt anybody else’s work. I am happy to help find a space for you if your own office environment is not appropriate! Just ask!
Will I need to be creative, or an extrovert?
No. Absolutely not. I’ll be using exercises and games that will draw out your sense of curiosity, deeper listening skills and a capacity to reflect upon what you need and how you show up in the office to support both yourself and your colleagues. And yes, you may find that you laugh and have fun as you do. You may also experience unexpected but delicious epiphanies or ideas that make you feel more creative and full of mojo and inspiration. But you do not need to change who you are in order to benefit from the workshop. You can be tired, in a bad mood, cynical, or even a little jaded. So long as you commit to the process, it will wake you up to that side of you that is able to get maximum benefit out of these workshops. I’m also an introvert and hsp myself – so I understand how to make it feel more relaxing to share. And a healthy, fun group dynamic is often a good mix of people and personality types.