Get on the same page for better performance

Business planning might sound boring but it’s a critical part of improving performance and productivity in your teams. And it’s something that gets missed a lot in the hustle and bustle of day-to-day operations.

Dedicated business planning sessions are a great opportunity to reflect on what’s working and what’s not, setting and reviewing your vision, purpose and values, and documenting where the business is heading.

 

The benefits of business planning

A business plan isn’t a rigid set of rules about how your business operates. It’s about having goals and targets to aim towards so everyone’s rowing in the same direction.

Business planning provides clarity to your team helping people to know:

  • Where they are heading
  • Where they fit
  • What to focus their efforts on.

It has the added bonus of helping people understand their colleagues, build connections and create a shared sense of purpose and direction.

Supercharge your business planning with Myers-Briggs

Take your business planning sessions up a notch by using the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) tool to help your team understand themselves and each other better.

MBTI can give you insights into:

  • Personality preferences
  • Work styles and drivers
  • Communication, decision-making and problem-solving styles
  • How those different preferences and styles can work well together.

Our business planning and team building sessions are interactive and full of tips and tricks to improve performance and productivity.

Half-day and full-day sessions are available and are priced from $1500+GST (half-day). Optional Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) assessments: $100 per person.

What is Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI)?

The Myers-Briggs Type Indicator – known commonly as Myers-Briggs – is a personality tool based on science and research from across the globe that is focused on self-awareness and improvement. The Myers-Briggs tool offers insights into individuals’ preferences across four domains: energy (extraversion vs introversion); taking in information (sensing or intuition); coming to conclusions (thinking or feeling); and approaching the outside world (judging or perceiving). Often our assessment of our own preferences is flawed, so armed with correct information about our preferences – and those of others – we can find more effective ways to communicate, learn and work.

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