Team and leadership programs
that boost productivity over 20%.
Team and leadership development with measurable results.
No PowerPoints. No lectures.
WE RUN IN-PERSON TEAM AND LEADERSHIP SIMULATIONS
Team Results is an organizational productivity improvement company that uses 21st -century ideas proven in the modern business and government workplace.
Our services all consist of various types of tailored programs delivered at a range of venues – including your preferred venue – in the form of one-day to two-and-a-half-day retreats, with or without overnight stays.
Practice Is The Best Preparation
PowerPoint presentations, lectures and team-building games do not prepare people for leadership. Only practice and rehearsal do that.
Top organizations like IBM, Pfizer, Toyota, the State Department, DHS, the FDA and many others rely on Team Results to run one-of-a-kind, practice-based teamwork and leadership programs. Now you can share in the benefit.
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Crocodile Charlie’s Challenge
Can you make the right leadership decisions and get your performance bonus? (Based on our global Penguin bestseller,“Crocodile Charlie and the Holy Grail”)
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Transparency is vital in leadership, but not a one-size-fits-all solution for crises. Assess each situation, consider potential impacts on stakeholders, and seek expert advice. Balancing transparency with other considerations is the key to making informed decisions. #SVBRead More
What they DON'T tell you about team training and engagement 🔽 👉It's not a one-and-done solution 👉 It requires investment 👉 It's not a "soft" issue 👉 It requires leadership buy-inRead More
Practice is the best preparation! Providing employees with opportunities to apply hard and soft skills in work-relevant scenarios can better prepare them for success. #LeadershipDevelopment #SkillBuilding #EmployeeTrainingRead More
We were so thrilled by the response to our masterclass, we're squeezing in 2 extra seats as a thank you! Stay tuned for October dates!Read More
3 options to consider when planning your employee and retention strategy: 1. Mentoring programs 2. Simulation-based training 3. Executive coaching #leadershipdevelopment #employeetraining #professionaldevelopment"Read More
Exciting news! Our leadership masterclass for April is completely SOLD OUT! We are overwhelmed with gratitude for the positive response we've received on our annual masterclass once again. But don't worry, we'll be hosting another round in October! More Updates to come.Read More
Behind the scenes again in the TR lab. #teamrssultsusaRead More
3 leadership takeaways from KISS (Keep It Simple, Stupid): 1. Communicate clearly & without jargon 2. Focus on what's important 3. Avoid unnecessary complexityRead More
Come into the lab, see what's on the slab. #teamresultsusa.comRead More
Simulation-based training retains top talent by providing a realistic learning environment, personalized experience, and immediate feedback. Engage and invest in your employees to increase job satisfaction and organizational success. #SimulatedLearning #EmployeeRetentionRead More
Four Things They Don’t Want You To Know About Leadership Retreats
Perhaps you’ve already been on a team retreat for your work, or perhaps you’re about to go on one. Either way, there’s a host of things related to such retreats that the people organizing them would often prefer you not to know about. Here are four.
A Man Called Phud
Owen Phud. We were at a corporate reception. It was the usual cast of manager types and specialists in various fields, everything from computer software to team dynamics. I was the team dynamics guy. Music was playing. There were drinks. People were eating tiny things on sticks.
When The Bottom Line Goes Through The Heart
It’s tempting to think that we can solve problems in systems with more and better systems, and typically that’s the response from unprepared executives in crisis mode, desperate to keep the share price up and their jobs held down.