Glimmerglass Consulting Group offers workshops and retreats designed to help leaders meet the challenges facing their organizations.
Workshops develop core skills in areas including:
Meetings are held on or off site and customized to meet specific client needs. In focused work sessions, participants discover effective new tools and apply them immediately to their own real-world scenarios. Practice using a tool, combined with feedback from the workshop facilitator, provides participants with a solid understanding of what the tool can do and how best to use it.
Leadership and work teams participate actively in Retreats off site. The retreat agenda and approach provide opportunities for in-depth engagement, reflection, team building and strategic planning.
The Retreat experience works on two levels: Team and Individual. Participants emerge with a keen understanding of individual contributions to the team's process and success. This combination ensures sustained accountability long after the Retreat concludes.
We initiate your strategic planning process prior to the off-site meeting to ensure that the retreat delivers an actionable plan grounded in business reality. We then design off-site experiences that focus on key business topics and develop effective team dynamics to help you productively lead your organization to growth. Our strategic planning process helps to:
Leadership retreats are a fundamental maintenance tool for successful teams and provide an effective way to accelerate team formation as new members come on board. Your leadership team will emerge from the retreat experience having engaged their minds, hearts and hands.
Performance-enhancing feedback and commitment to action steps are essential elements of a Glimmerglass Consulting Group retreat. The experience fosters a level of commitment among your senior leadership team that translates complex issues into clear actions . Pivotal conversations about the business are facilitated to bring the best solutions forward. .
Your Glimmerglass consultant will work with you to design real-world team development exercises. Your business may choose to put its values into action by using a service project as a learning simulation, benefiting a non-profit organization of your choosing. In addition to providing your team with a shared work experience, a service project gives participants a sense of purpose extending beyond the walls of the organization, provides a tangible service to others, and reinforces relationships with the broader community. Recent service projects have included building bikes for Big Brother, Big Sister and organizing a day of service to paint a homeless shelter.