What if we told you that great leadership emerges from being outside of your comfort zone? We know... you already know this, right? The sad truth is that many leaders such as yourself often get so caught up in their business lives they can’t find time for themselves. Finding this space in your life and investing the time is the key to help you reflect on and grow your leadership.
Your team’s growth is as important as self-growth.
Leadership teams also need time to step back and reflect. All our retreats are available for management teams who want to deepen their bonds, strengthen their relationships or build their group dynamics. We create safe spaces for your team to challenge assumptions about each other and learn to collaborate more effectively to generate profound organizational change.
We offer our retreats as multiple-day live events in your area or as virtual events that run over the course of multiple weeks.
Find the retreat that fits your goals
Awaken Your Personal Leadership
Launch or take the next step in your personal leadership journey. This leadership development experience is an opportunity to take a closer look at yourself to see how your current behaviours, actions and limiting beliefs are impacting your leadership. You will also gain insight on your core values and what your own leadership is all about.
This three-day retreat will leave you feeling more empowered to be the leader you know you can be. You will develop more conscious leadership by better understanding yourself, your impact and your intentions when interacting with your team. Public sessions typically include a variety of participants from diverse organizations, making it a rich sharing experience for everyone.
The Five Dysfunctions of a Team
Invest the time to focus on team building and learning what it takes to become a high-performing team. Through different workshops, your management team will develop awareness of their challenges and set a plan to overcome them, all while sharing a bonding experience.
These three-day retreats explore the five dysfunctions of a team and what it actually means to be part of a team. Your people will become more aware of how they perceive their team, while getting to know and understand each other better.