HOW PITCREW WORKS?
Our program is well structured allowing for your critical learning elements to be included.
How our program is designed to work.
Some of the key themes that help to drive high performing cultures.
Start with what is important.
How do you manage conflicting values?
Developing a Customer Focus
When should we focus on customer needs?
Moving as one toward a common purpose.
People vs Process
Which comes first?
Building a Coaching Culture
Open to learning and sharing.
What allows us to adapt to the market quickly?
Ambiguity & Context
How do we manage ambiguity and challenge our context?
What keeps people from working together?
Metrics & Rewards
How does this impact collaboration and culture?
Break Down Silos
How to work across boundries?
Trust vs Risk
These two can work against each other. How do we manage both?
Minimum # Participants
Maximum # Participants
Usual Program Length
Optimum # Participants
WE LISTEN SO WE CAN LEARN TO SPEAK YOUR LANGUAGE.
Each client and audience needs are unique. We can help you reach the desired learning objectives.
The metaphor of high performance racing brings a flood of ideas and themes to explore. We are a custom program at heart, we always work with your learnings.
Great teams just don’t happen. They need to be nurtured. As your team is constantly evolving and changing, the dynamics of how people work together are changing as well.
Your future senior leaders need skills that position them well for taking the organization to the next level. Innovative training methods encourage them to innovate themselves.
People who manage other managers are most interested in ensuring successful execution of strategy. They need alignment with the overall leadership style of the organization.
Your senior leadership team are keenly focused on getting the best results from their people. Alignment around what is most important is the start of high performance.
These individuals have made decisions to add to their own learning for the possibility of advancing their careers have a multi-motivational lens by which they focus.