When teams work well together projects happen fast and they get powerful results. High performing teams know, like and trust each other. They respect their differences and play to their strengths to get the job done. This doesn’t happen by accident. High performance teams require development, time, attention and hard work.
That’s why Lucidity designs and facilitates team days. Whether you are under performing or over performing, a well structured team day is an opportunity to take a step back, refresh and refocus and think creatively about different ways to achieve better results. Its also an opportunity to spend time with colleagues, understand what makes each other tick, build trust and rapport, learn something new and importantly laugh and have fun.
How Lucidity team day design and facilitation works
We take the brief from you. We challenge you to ensure that we all agree on what success looks like. Then we design and deliver your team day based on what you tell us what success looks like, for example that might be developing a business plan or strategy for the future, feeling inspired and connected to their goals or celebrating successes at the end of a project.
“If you want a team day that is fun, engaging, thought-provoking and, importantly, delivers on your business strategy, ask Lucy”
On too many occasions even the most inspiring and energetic team days result in little action after the event. We can also hold you accountable and help you to make progress on the actions agreed once the team day is over. Some clients do this by having us back to facilitate their team day every year! It makes us happy when you get stuff done.
For a chat about how we can design and facilitate a team day for you drop us a email at email@example.com.
'Lucy ran a workshop on how to drive innovation in your charity – it was not only well structured and packed full of practical tips it was an inspiring and fun experience. Feedback from our members has been overwhelmingly positive, her infectious enthusiasm and expertise were just what we were looking for.'Adeela Warley, CEO, CharityComms