Cross Boundary Communication helps your team master effective communication and listening skills along with a level of mastery of asking for, giving and receiving feedback. These traits ultimately enhance a team’s ability to collaborate, share ideas and work together more seamlessly.
What is Cross Boundary Communication?
How does it work?
In keeping with our primary objectives, the Cross Boundary Communication Module is engaging and FUN! FullTilt uses a series of memorable challenges to engage the group and put the concepts into practice. An example of this is our slingshot marshmallow activity. Once the slingshots enter the program, everyone pays close attention and the event becomes more and more dynamic.
The event starts with a fun icebreaker activity that helps your team open up and feel comfortable. Teams will work through unique activities to discover different styles of communicating and listening effectively. Once these styles are identified, your team will implement new techniques with hands-on challenges
Key Outcomes & Benefits:
- Identify the Root Elements of Communication
- Learn How to Effectively Listen
- Practice Giving Feedback so it is Heard
- Find Out What Works – AND What Doesn’t
- Develop a Positive System of Communication
- Create Clear Channels Inside the Workplace
We really thought yesterday’s session was productive, insightful, and a lot of fun. You did a great job of leading the session and really getting everyone engaged. Additionally, the business simulation allowed me to improve relationships with the team, so that was great.
Behavior Style 360 Degree Matrix
I am so happy that we worked with you for Capco’s event in Puerto Rico. I really can’t say enough good things about Kerry and his team. They were all incredibly helpful, fun, professional, and just plain great at their jobs. Such amazing attitudes, professionalism, and willingness to adapt. The feedback from participants has been overwhelming, everyone had such a great time.
Beach Olympic Games
On behalf of the Management team, I would like to officially Thank You for leading our teams today through “End Hunger Games”! The feedback from our community was overwhelmingly positive and a great way to end our day. The donation to the Food Bank resonated with us all and was the best part of the exercise.
End Hunger Games
I liked that different people can come together quickly when genuine effort is applied. We learned how to work together effectively. Teams can work well together when everyone is given space and opportunity to do what they do best. Teamwork can be achieved in a hectic setting.
Cross Boundary Communication Training
I think interactive experimental learning is a key way of learning. It is fun, gets the mind and body involved in the principles being taught, and creates a team environment that overcomes typical barriers like restlessness, titles, etc.
8 productive Practices
We learned that communication is key throughout the project to ensure everyone continues to work towards a common goal and stay on track. It was fun! I loved the collaboration – working together to get the job done in a fun way. Everyone plays an important role. Trust the team. Good balance of fun, competition and learning.
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