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We've all done events where you rotate through groups of teammates and get more connected by having interesting conversations. You know the form: breakouts that rotate every 10 minutes, a list of prompt questions etc...
Our Team User Manual workshop upgrades this formula by structuring the entire event around building Personal User Manuals through group conversation. With this shared challenge in mind, the questions driving each conversation are instantly more relevant and the discussions more animated. The session is fun, engaging and leaves everyone with a tangible, enduringly valuable output.
Personal User Manuals provide a lot of value because they are designed to 'lay your cards on the table'. Building them relies on authenticity and vulnerability - naturally fostering trust and understanding between teammates. They also act as fantastic on-boarding tools for new members of the team.
In this workshop, we will...
This workshop scales to teams of almost any size and needs around 1.5h.
Less about learning and more about delivering specific results. Whether it's a greater sense of cohesion, clarity on team roles or a new product strategy.show all workshops
I loved the personal user manual you created for the workshop. It made me think about how I like to exist in my days but in a fun/social way.
Allie K. - Director, Sales Talent Acquisition - Peloton
I really liked the Personal User Manuals exercise and I thought the facilitators were great. The breakout room sessions were fantastic.
Michael G. - VP, Global Total Rewards - Peloton
I enjoyed the workshop. It was high energy and fun. A good way for people to meet other people and self-reflect. I would work with PeopleStorming again.
Sarah C. - Senior Director, People - Andela
In addition to offering dedicated workshops and programs for teams, we hold regular sessions that are open to individuals.
If you'd be interested in participating as an individual, let us know...