Our social technology helps teams build trust, psychological safety,
and a shared sense of purpose – without sacrificing your mission.
Have a good culture. A great one, even. But something is missing.
Your employees aren’t bringing their full selves to work.
You don’t have access to the full range of creativity, productivity, and trust that comes from open communication.
Work with you to create a culture of psychological safety.
Turn truth into trust, and conflict into connection.
Make it safe for you and your team to talk about problems, and to be honest about what’s going on, personally and professionally.
Learn to receive feedback and discuss problems without defensiveness.
Communicate directly and genuinely around difficult topics.
Create a culture of learning where it feels safe to make mistakes and talk about it.
View teammates as friends and allies – not just as vehicles for getting work done.
Develop a baseline of trust that allows the team to confront challenges together.
Feel healthy, safe and fulfilled by working together on shared goals.
Better understand each other’s needs, motivations, and concerns at work.
Identify shared tools to defuse conflict and navigate crucial conversations.
Figure out each other’s working styles and what each person needs to be productive.
Skills that matter: Google’s Project Aristotle studied 180 teams over 2 years. They found that the strongest teams are emotionally intelligent, have high psychological safety, and develop a unified sense of purpose. These are skills we teach.
The former surgeon general reminds us that 50% of CEOs report feeling lonely, and the health impact of loneliness is similar to smoking 15 cigarettes a day.
In one study reported by Harvard Business Review, a 2.5% increase in a hotel manager's trust score could be expected to increase profitability by $250,000 per year per hotel. Trust matters.
"We all left the workshop having experienced a powerful shift."
“This was an amazing and eye-opening experience.”
“This session impacted me far more than previous trainings.”
“The activities are really great at breaking the ice and dealing with internal problems we face with our colleagues.”
“I had reservations and pre-conceived notions about how this would go. You did a great job of creating a safe environment that allowed me to get past those doubts.”
“Using authentic relating in the classroom and in my business has led to happier, more empowered employees who enjoy working and learning together. I recommend it to any organization interested to maximize teams, increase collaboration, craft a values or principles-based culture, design trainings, develop leaders, encourage communication, or to increase employee motivation and satisfaction.”
“To other companies, I’d say – this is an opportunity to cut through the day to day routines of poor communication and suppressing needs and wants, and just be authentic and open with one another…[it] will save your group hours and hours of wasted time in the meeting, business, or rehearsal room.”