High Performing Teams program equips sales team to show 23% year on growth
Emerson Process Management has established a reputation around the world for technology innovation and industry leadership. They recognise that Industries today need solutions that help them predict the next wave of demand, stay ahead of quickly changing environments, and prevent potential problems.
In short the challenge was to equip staff with the kind of skills to effectively communicate across departments, tackling the challenges of a multi-cultural environment and matrix organisation. Transforming old habits and developing new understandings to implement inside the unchanging constraints of the company would demand that pro-active feedback and coaching become a welcome addition to company culture.
The return in investment was clear, a tremendous end of year growth of 23% in sales. The team’s feedback was how building connections and sharing information internally enabled all manner of qualities to flourish.
Branko, says it best:
'I would like to thank you for organizing and facilitating the team building session in this year. We just closed our financial year and the numbers are showing a tremendous growth of almost 23%, year on year. Although many factors contributed towards this exceptional growth, certainly the robustness of the team was one of them. I have no doubt that the team building session you so skillfully facilitated also made the team stronger and equipped every individual with the necessary skills to perform at the maximum of their potential. Once again, thank you for making this training and personal development program such a good return on investment for us’
Branko Pecar, VP and GM, Emerson Management Process
Learning through action - every program we deliver is highly practical and addresses real live issues. We use simulations, exercises and case studies and all our methods are based on the latest neuroscience and positive psychology research findings. Everything we deliver and challenge our participants to think about leads back to one simple question “what am I going to do differently back at work and how?”.