Building High Performing Cultures

A unique experiential learning program that uses the metaphor of a pit crew to develop your leaders and team into high performers.

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Teaming on Steroids

Your team will never think the same way about high performance.
Prepare to be challenged!

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An Experience of a Lifetime

How Does it Work?

Find out how we work and what we do to build high performing cultures.

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Get the feel and watch some video of the Pit Crew Challenge in action,

Innovation Demands Next Level Thinking

Why are you still using dated learning methods to teach change?

 

 

Inspire New Thinking…

Are you curious?

 

 

How Do We Work?

Find out more about how we make experiential learning come alive.

Learning Outcomes

Take our audit on potential learning outcomes to see what you can expect from this program. Find out if it is right for you and your team.

Logistics

Wouldn’t it be nice to know if this program can work within your constraints?
Information about timing, groups size, location requirements, and general things you should know.

The Sweet Spot

You want the best possible experience for your program. Find out how we work best to ensure you get the results you desire?

Who Are We?

Learn about our experience and the types of work we do.

Pit Crew Challenge Graduates

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What Participants Have to Say?

A few testimonials after a program delivery.

The Pit Crew Challenge Book

With such rich content and learning from the experiential program we have compiled them all into this book.
Order your copy today and Bob Parker will even sign it for you!

Challenge #1 – Getting past competition to teamwork

Challenge #2 – Perceiving – and working from – the right context

Challenge #3 – Getting groups to consider people before processes

Challenge #4 – Putting values first

Challenge #5 – Keeping complexity from bogging things down

Challenge #6 – Getting team members to trust each other

Challenge #7 – Getting beyond observation and imitation to a coaching culture

Challenge # 8 – Ego!

Challenge #9 – Getting workers to function on effectively in a flat team model

Challenge #10 – Breaking down silos, to encourage communication across teams

Challenge #11 – Focusing on the customer while remaining engaged in tasks

 

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