Collaboration Masterclass – Facilitating Successful Team Outcomes Workshop 3/24/2017 NYC

Today we are expected to produce outcomes interacting with other people on a team. 

Actions and results are shaped in these interactions.

In this workshop, we offer skills to increase your capacity to work successfully in collaboration with others on a team to achieve greater business success.

What does it cost us, our project and our business when our teams aren’t working well together?


What are those positive and effective behaviors of the high-performing team?

It’s rare that we’re taught how to work in a team. How does one live and breathe teamwork?  How do you encourage a subtle and true sense of team that is stronger than the inevitable conflicts and differences that arise when working closely with other people?

In this workshop we will investigate our relationships to ourselves, each other and our sense of collaboration.

This workshop uses interactive exercises that hone skills of collaboration and influence—i.e. how to “shape” a team for maximum desired impact.  Practices address active listening and suspending judgment that build skills to change the course of our team outcomes.

Who is this work for?  This is for individuals or teams who want to increase and enhance their capacity to successfully work in collaboration with others on a team to capture exceptional business results and outcomes.

In this 3-hour workshopparticipants will walk away with the ability to:

  • Understand their responsibility to make a team work
  • Demonstrate leadership skills to influence and enhance collaboration
  • Find deeper listening and communication skills
  • Project leadership presence
  • Collaborate to effect positive results

When: March 24, Friday, 2017 8:00 a.m. – 11:00 a.m.

Where: Primary Stages, 307 West 38th Street, New York, NY; Suite 1510, Studio A

Cost:   $150.00 per person (special pricing)


Contact Martha Gelnaw at for any questions.

A dedicated, tailored workshop within your company can be facilitated if desired.

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