A guide to building teams that thrive
by Alison Coward
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Pub Date 21 Nov 2023 | Archive Date 29 Nov 2023
What if every day at work felt like your team’s most productive ‘away day’?
The most successful and innovative teams and organisations are highly collaborative, creative and productive - you will find the principles of great workshops infused throughout their culture.
This is a book about how running great workshops, and taking inspiration from them, can lead to a great team environment. Workshop Culture will show you how to create a happy and engaged team through small actions which lead to big results. It features a practical and accessible toolkit to help improve your team’s performance and productivity.
Workshop Culture gives you:
- Inspiring case studies from forward-thinking and innovative teams that have found success from a workshop culture
- A structured methodology that you can follow to bring more happiness, productivity and engagement to your team
- Practical exercises to help you build new skills and knowledge, and increase impact at work
Alison Coward is a team culture coach, consultant and founder of Bracket, a consultancy that partners with ambitious, forward-thinking companies to build high-performing, collaborative team cultures.
Workshop Culture offers a compelling rationale for why the culture created in a well-designed and led workshop is indeed a match for the kind of culture organizations engaged in knowledge work need to succeed. In author Alison Coward’s telling, a workshop is no longer a time out, away from the real work; it is a time in – a time to focus deeply and collaboratively on what to do and how to do it well. Well-researched and beautifully written, this practical guidebook can be put to immediate use to help leaders build a thriving, engaged workforce. - Amy C. Edmondson, Novartis Professor of Leadership, Harvard Business School, author of Right Kind of Wrong: The science of failing well
Great workshops temporarily transform how we work. Alison Coward shows us how to make the transformation permanent. A smart guide to smart teamwork! - Jake Knapp, New York Times bestselling author of Sprint
Alison Coward’s advocacy of work culture is compelling – who among us wouldn’t prefer a work environment that’s responsive, welcoming, safe and bursting with creative potential? She makes this possibility feel approachable and real. As a facilitator and collaboration designer, this book makes me want to applaud. - Sunni Brown, social entrepreneur and bestselling author
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