Team Development Services

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Teamwork supplies the framework for a strong organization. Tasks and workflow are like parts of a "well-oiled machine". Great accomplishments are possible when members understand how well-defined processes work together in pursuit of shared goals. Yet groups are vulnerable to negative influences that can prevent them from performing at a high level. These influences can bring performance to the lowest common denominator that negatively impact performance, retention and engagement. By addressing interpersonal conflicts and maximizing the inherent strengths of members, teams can reach high levels of achievement.

From senior managers to the factory floor, Scott Savage Consulting employs more than 20 years of experience to bring out the best in teams in corporations, professional associations, and non-profit organizations. A variety of proven tools and processes including analysis, training and facilitation to identify opportunities are used to break down barriers and focus energy on key outcomes.

Every team needs good Teamwork. Scott knows what makes teamwork tick and will help get the organization running like clockwork.


red triLearn how we use Individual & Organizational Assessments to assist in developing more effective people and organizations.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


arrow Business Leader's Roundtable

Learn more about this Executive and Business Leader Peer Learning Group and how it can help you succeed.

arrow Problem or Polarity

March 9th MABC Presentation on effective problem-solving.

What others have said about Scott

"Thanks to Scott Savage I'm communicating better and received several compliments about how well I am leading and influencing others."

"We thought Scott did an excellent job facilitating our MBTI session for the Senior Management team. The
exercises and discussion generated further discussion among the group.
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"Scott Savage used his experience and knowledge, intuition, creativity, intelligence, and humor to help us become the high-functioning team we knew we could be."