As you know, it’s vital that your team members have a strong self-awareness along with a good understanding of each other.
The CLICK! colours toolkit is a simple tool that produces fantastic results for your team. Andrew is an accredited CLICK! Facilitator and has used the toolkit to work with teams to help them to improve their performance, understand their strengths and identify areas to work on.
It’s also a great tool for improving the way people connect with and look after their clients. Get in touch to discuss a short, intensive workshop for your team.
Clients who have benefited from the CLICK! Colours include:
- Birchip Cropping Group
- City of Karratha
- Family Worker Training and Development Program
- Fremantle Ports Authority
- St John of God Hospital, Murdoch
Team function, roles and responsibilities
You’ve probably been to numerous ‘team building’ programs. We get plenty of requests to run them, and that’s OK. However, we firmly believe in the value of a team developing a better understanding of each other and committing to higher levels of accountability and delivery.
Sure, it will still involve the ‘F-word’ (fun), but we’ll make sure that you get ongoing value from getting your team together.
We’ve worked with teams and organisations at a project, organisational and national level to help them to identify ways to support each other and work more collaboratively together.
Practical experience in building teams
Australian Dairy Leaders Alumni Summit.
National gathering of leaders from across the Australian dairy industry. The summit enabled participants to identify how they’d invest in their community, their industry and importantly – themselves. Involved facilitation of interactive, speaker, panel and workshop sessions and a program debrief with the planning team.
Western Australian Community Health Service
Two day team development and strategic planning workshop for staff of the Eastern Pilbara Drug and Alcohol Unit.
Anglican Board of Mission
Leadership team development program for staff and bishops of the Anglican Church of Papua New Guinea.