Calling leaders of multi-generational teams! Do you want to:
- Stop feeling “fine” about your team – and feel GREAT instead
- Help Millennials, Gen X-ers and Boomers (and Zs and Traditionalists if you have them) on your team work better together, and get past those generational hang-ups
- Guide your team to become more comfortable with giving and receiving feedback
- Create a culture where follow-through and accountability are the norm, not the exception
- Create action and get results
- Build a team that supports each other and brings a productive attitude to their work
Great teams happen on purpose, not by accident.
Let’s be honest: teams that are “fine” are the norm, right? But is “fine” good enough for YOU? If you want to lead a team that is GREAT, it’s time to recognize that what got you here won’t get you there.
When we are little, we are taught to share our toys, raise our hands in class, read, do math, ride a bike and even play on a sports team. But we are never taught how to work effectively and happily on all the other types of teams we live with every day: in businesses, homes, schools and houses of worship.
So it’s no wonder that when we look around, we see teams that are just “ok,” “good enough,” or the shoulder-shrugging kind of, “yeah, fine.” We struggle to communicate clearly and collaborate smoothly. We complain about the Baby Boomers or the Gen-Xers or the Millennials (and sometimes the Zs and Traditionalists, too) on the team. We believe we “aren’t allowed” to ask questions and we put up with damaging behaviors in meetings.
You can choose to become a leader who inspires action, gets results, hires top talent of all ages, and is known for leading great teams.
You can opt to lead teams that attract success. Teams that shift in the direction of greatness instead of resistance. It is possible, and well within your reach. And here is some good news: we can help you make an incredible commitment to yourself and your team by choosing to upgrade your team leadership skills!
Join the Great Teams on Purpose Mastermind, led by Kay Coughlin, CEO, Facilitator on Fire. Begins Tuesday, April 9, 2019, with a full-day workshop.
In Great Teams on Purpose, you will learn and practice new ways to handle crucial daily leadership skills, including how to be a powerfully effective listener, give and receive feedback, and how to build a culture of positive accountability and follow-through. Following the workshop, the mastermind will continue with a series of four cohort calls and access to members-only resources, guided by Kay.
Takeaways from past participants
“Being able to step back and remove judgment and emotion when listening is a gift.”
“Love the ‘cheat sheets’!”
“Structure for accountability can be straightforward and simple.”
“Freedom to disagree and have diverse reactions is important.”
What is the total investment? Your investment of $750 in the Great Teams on Purpose Mastermind will provide you with an 8-week mastermind program led by Kay Coughlin, CEO, Facilitator on Fire, and includes a full-day interactive workshop on April 9, 2019, a series of 4 mastermind calls, a cohort of like-minded leaders and managers, and on-demand access to call recordings and program resources. Schedule a Strategy Session with Kay Coughlin to find out more, or register here!
Can I join if I only have a small team, or if our business is very small? Yes! If one of your ultimate goals is to lead a great team that supports your business and works smoothly together, that’s all that matters. The sooner you invest in yourself and becoming a better leader of teams, the better your chances will be of succeeding! All that is required of participants in this program is to show up and commit to practicing a few key skills that will help you build great teams, fast.
What is the time commitment? In-person participation in the workshop on April 9, 2019 is mandatory (8:45 am – 5:30 pm, to be held in Galena, Ohio, which is just 30 minutes north of Columbus). There will be four group mastermind calls in the weeks following the workshop. The program will last a total of 8 weeks.
I can’t attend the April 9 in-person workshop / I’d rather bring the Great Teams on Purpose Mastermind to my organization. The Great Teams on Purpose Mastermind is a fantastic way to help your teams and leadership get enhanced results immediately! Please email Kay Coughlin (Kay@FacilitatorOnFire.net) if you would like to discuss what it looks like to bring the Mastermind to your organization, or if you might be interested in our one-on-one leadership coaching program.
What happens if I can’t make it to a group call? All group calls will be recorded and made available for participants to access on-demand (barring any technical difficulties, of course). All worksheets and other materials will also be available for participants to access as needed.
I’m not sure I’m ready to spend money on this 8-week mastermind program. Can you afford NOT to invest in upgrading your leadership skills to build a team that is higher-performing, more supportive, goal-exceeding and happier?
Can you invoice me? What is your refund policy? If you would prefer to receive an invoice instead of paying through EventBrite, contact Kay@FacilitatorOnFire.net or 614.426.8062 to make arrangements. The fee for this Mastermind is refundable (less a $100 processing fee) if refunds are requested prior to 11:59 p.m. EST on Monday, April 1, 2019 (refunds cannot be issued by EventBrite; requests for refunds should be directed to Kay@FacilitatorOnFire.net or 614.426.8062). Under most circumstances, registration fees will be transferable to another individual or may be used for another Facilitator On Fire program.
Can I schedule a conversation to help me decide if this mastermind is right for me? At Facilitator on Fire, we specialize in asking a series of questions that will help us learn about your specific needs. During the free Strategy Session, we will first ask you our signature questions, and then we will discuss the programs we offer that would best fit your unique needs.
More takeaways from past participants
“Incredible to benefit from your guidance and expertise.”
“Great ideas for internal teams and clients to help facilitate meaningful meetings.”
“Coaching and evaluation are very different [types of feedback].”
Kay Coughlin, CEO and Chief Facilitator of Facilitator On Fire, is on a mission to help Millennials, Gen X-ers and Boomers (and Zs and Traditionalists, too!) work together on teams that are higher-performing and happier.
Kay’s Great Teams on Purpose mastermind helps leaders and managers build amazing multi-generational teams. The skills she teaches in her public speaking – how to be heard and how to lead by listening – are parts of the formula she created to help teams become abundantly successful, together.
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