Looking for team building? Our Group Unity Training Seminars (GUTS) embody experiential training at its best. Our workshops are engaging, interactive, meaningful and entertaining. We showcase and analyze the elements that make improvisation successful, then provide empowering applications. Plus, our right-brained approach gives all attendees a memorable experience laughing as much as learning.
Acceptance + Action = Yes, And Culture!
All the seminars in the world won’t do any good unless the people–the members of your team–become actively involved, understand the basic theory and then see it successfully applied. Our method is a common sense, hands-on, get-up-off-your-chair-and-have-fun approach that will have your group energized, laughing and communicating.
It’s simple: When people are having fun, they’re relaxed. When they’re relaxed, they’re listening. When they’re listening, well…that’s when real communication takes place. And that’s good!
Every office is different. That’s why we’ll design workshop sessions to address your particular needs, such as
- Team Building
- Conflict Resolution
- Listening Skills
- Risk Taking
- Customer Service
We’ve presented Group Unity Training Seminars for dozens of companies, a few of them are listed here. Work groups from these companies were treated to a work-enhancing experience like no other! Call CSz Indianapolis for a free assessment and find out how to get your people motivated today!
Here’s what people are saying:
“No one had a chance to be bored! We received lots of positive feedback from the employees – they want you to come back again!”
-Athens Medical Group
“It gave great stimulus to our brainstorming session.”
– Delta Faucet
“We had a blast! Thanks so much! We can’t wait to have you back next year!”
– Ball State University Excellence in Leadership
“It definitely brought my staff closer together and taught us how to work better with one another. I have not seen my staff smile that much in a very long time. “
– The Vogue
“It taught us to trust our instincts, work together, and complete a goal.”
-Indiana Youth Group