Build a stronger more effective team
Effective teamwork is key to employee production, satisfaction, and retention
Organizational success is dependent on individual employees effectively working together as a cohesive team.
SENERGY, our innovative team-building program incorporates foundational elements of Patrick Lencioni’s best-selling Five Behaviors of an Effective Team.
SENERGY will transform your dysfunctional work-group into one that is enthusiastically successful. It is the ultimate competitive advantage.
Your team will learn to
Make better, faster decisions
Tap into the skills and opinions of all members
Avoid wasting time and energy on politics, confusion, and destructive conflict
Avoid talking about the wrong issues and revisiting the same topics because of a lack of buy-in
Create a competitive advantage
Be more fun to be part of
Who Needs It
All teams can be stronger. Synergy is designed to support and enhance all levels and types of teams from executive to front-line and can also improve inter-departmental teamwork. The Five Behaviors, when maximized, result in a team that operates as efficiently and effectively as possible.
How We Do It
Ideal for teams between 6 and 15 people, SENERGY aligns the Five Behaviors of an Effective Team model with VSG-AT’s years of hands-on industry leadership experience. SENERGY incorporates engaging adult learning techniques with interactive small group activities, guided discussions, and topic-specific videos all built on the research-based individual assessment each participant completes. Team members learn how to work together cohesively and embrace what is needed to maximize organizational success.
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What people are saying about SENERGY team training
“Whenever I think about bringing in a group to help with customer service training I always want them to be people who understand what it’s like to be on the ground in our business. Richard, Russ and their extended teams are made up of professionals who have been in my shoes and know what I can realistically accomplish. This sets them apart.”