The population of any given organization is as diverse and unique as the organization itself. It’s something to be celebrated, yet things like generational differences, organizational hierarchies, and personal backgrounds all too often get in the way of team cohesiveness and effectiveness.
In Cardinal’s Courtyard, participants will learn to appreciate the different cultures that exist and how to appropriately respect each of those unique differences while still achieving their own specific objectives. This is the first step to creating a sense of awareness within each person of the need to show respect, empathy, and compassion to others as a way to overcome barriers and differences. The participants’ ability to respond within the appropriate constraints of another culture while still realizing their own needs will directly impact personal, team, and organizational success.
Individuals will walk away from Cardinal’s Courtyard with a greater appreciation for the role they play in building a company culture that ensures everyone feels respected, and so best able to achieve goals, and work effectively as a team.
Participants return to work the next day with the ability, tools, and confidence to:
1 hour program
Ideal for all team members for training or corporate events
Customization and various delivery options available
Post-course reinforcement and retention options available to maximize impact of training
Sustained learning is achievable through an approach that builds conviction by changing the hearts, minds, and skills of every employee, and experiential learning is a powerful vehicle to achieve that.
Regardless of the level of customization or consultation required to ensure your training investment is a success, you will be able to rest easy with Eagle’s Flight's in-house team of designers, artists, and facilitators.
“The use of your experiences to build understanding and conviction is an Eagle’s Flight trademark; and one which, in my opinion, is a true differentiator that sets you apart from all others in your field.”
Marc Caira, Vice Chair, Restaurant Brands International