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We're All in this Together
A Collaborative Skills Training

Innovation is a team sport that requires extraordinary collaboration. No collaboration, no innovation. It's that simple. You can have all the great game-changing ideas in the world, but unless you have a highly collaborative team able to communicate, develop, pilot, pitch, and execute on those ideas, you have nothing.

Collaboration is the engine that transforms imagination into innovation and moves a business forward. It's the essential quality that enables an organization to turn its top-of-the-line ideas into bottom line realities.

Towards this end, Idea Champions is proud to announce the launch of a powerful new, skills-based training: We're All in This Together.

Developed by collaboration expert, Paul Roth, this groundbreaking learning experience teaches participants how to cut through wheel spinning, misalignment, and old paradigms to actually get something done.

Delivered real time or online, it helps participants resolve the five most important challenges facing any team:

  1. How to build effective partnerships
  2. How to launch successful projects
  3. How to manage accountability
  4. How to have tough conversations at work
  5. How to get projects completed successfully
Once participants internalize these five skill sets, all of their future projects become pre-tuned for collaboration. Morale improves. Engagement deepens. Teamwork soars. Turnover decreases. And everyone brings their full value to the workplace.

Intrigued? Contact Idea Champions now and find out how we can help your company revolutionize the way its people communicate, cooperate, and collaborate.

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