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Treasure troves of knowledge, experience, and tools that will level-set and grow the team.
Working sessions focus more on delivering specific results as a group. Whether it’s a greater sense of cohesion, clarity on team roles or a new product strategy.
We're proud to support teams from a wide range of organizations.
The facilitation was excellent. excellent, excellent! You really crushed all the training objectives.
I found the psychological and behavioral insight into why conversations go the way they do really interesting. Learning how to help steer towards desired results was valuable.
I also really liked the tool for self-awareness as a meeting participant.
Brodie A. - Director Of Product Development - Striking Distance Studios
I'm not sure what magic y'all brought to the table but people felt comfortable and ready to share and connect in that way that makes all the difference in the world.
The vulnerability exercise really hit hard for our group - it was invaluable to connect personally with one another. I think that's going to really change the dynamic of the team.
I would recommend PeopleStorming for many reasons including that the facilitators are delightful. ❤️
Casey H. - UX Director - Indeed
PeopleStorming designed & facilitated our company sales and marketing team offsite.
We're a remote company, so we really wanted to make the most of our time together and come away with clear deliverables from the meeting.
Rachel is an excellent facilitator and very perceptive - she could immediately tell if and when we were going off on a tangent. With her help, it was a very productive few days, with clear action items at the end.
Anna M. - Director of Content - Sensu
The workshop was a great foundation in the mechanics of decision making. It was well organized and had great material.
The most impactful parts were around slowing down and thinking about criteria, stakeholders, and reframing the problem statement.
Great work by PeopleStorming.
Sandeep O. - VP of PMO - Peloton