In a world where workplace stress is at unprecedented levels, people seem more focused on their differences than similarities, and black and white thinking keeps ideas small, your organization simply can’t take innovative, inspired action. At least, not without the tools to break through the stress, create connection, and foster creativity.
That’s what Working Better Together is about: teaching your team how to connect more effectively, manage challenges with more ease, and listen and communicate with the perspective and inclusion you need for truly energized action.
Here's what to expect:
- A focus on fostering flexibility, looking at both gaps and assets while we build your capacity.
- A new ability to see gems of talent that have been hiding right in front of you, discover new solutions, and enhance creativity.
- Exploration of your team member’s perspectives, cultural values, and cognitive biases, and how you can use these as strengths instead of letting them become potential pitfalls.
- A safe space to practice your newfound skills in a fun, safe environment.
Email me to get more details and get the Working Better Together collaboration started.
“It was awesome to have so many different people in the same space working together, regardless of position in life — that seems to me to be one of the best things about workshops like these: not only does the material teach you something, but the way in which it is taught does too.” — Emily Doyle-Yamaguchi, UNHABITAT World Urban Forum
The traditional “sit everyone down in a room and talk at them until they fall asleep” thing isn’t the most effective way to share information, but you wouldn’t know that from the way most people teach.
Training of Trainers turns that all on its head by using the latest, most effective pedagogical methods to teach you how to be a great teacher. And the best part is that while one size fits all doesn’t work with learning, there are universal strategies you can use to effectively engage any crowd in any subject. From design to delivery, we’ve got you covered.
Here’s what to expect:
- Experience hands on learning that leads to practical application in the workplace right away.
- Learn the techniques and trade secrets of innovative training that encourages greater impact and longer retention.
- Start to design training that is more engaging, has more impact and is more accessible to a wider audience.
- Discover how to use technology to make your training even better –– even if you don’t think of yourself as ‘techy’.
- 24/7 access to oodles of customized learning resources.
Email me to get more details and get our Training of Trainers collaboration started.
“Lee-Anne’s insights made a huge difference in how I present my material. I used to be engaging; now the engagement lasts!” — Ken Bell, Executive Director, Gambier Institute
I do limited one to one consulting work from my base in Nairobi, at your organization, or online. To see if this type of approach is a fit for you and your organization, email me here.
“Lee-Anne brings a beautiful combination of deeply rooted intellect, laser-tuned intuition and a basket of fun, innovative group engagement tools to any gathering. She invites us to celebrate and harvest the best parts of ourselves and our organizations for the greater good. In short, she is an international leader, change agent and all around progressive playmate. Lee-Anne helps companies see the forest for the trees, harvest the gold of your company with insight and organizational theory. She boosts you with your own fuel.” — Dyana Valentine, M.A.
Your organization is doing great work. Or at least, it could be, if you could figure out how to get everyone pulling together, playing their strengths, and not getting stuck in conflict or simply coming up with the same old ideas over and over again.
That’s where Rock.Paper.Scissors comes in. We specialize in taking teams and organizations like yours and helping them get their fire back, see the solutions that have been hiding in plain sight, and leverage everyone’s strengths so they can have the impact they’re meant to.