The Experience

Are you forming a new team, welcoming new members, or embarking on a new project together?

Among the most important things a team will do together is navigate unanticipated events. Stanford University research shows that leaders who “pause” their teams – ask them to imagine they have “succeeded” and reflect on WHY the success has happened — are able to subsequently have more aligned, more cohesive teams that have more success and less frictional interactions. In this Teamraderie experience, a set of exercises for “new” teams are brought to your team — to ensure you start right.

Stanford University’s Kathryn Segovia joins you live to lead interactive exercises that set your team up for success.

International-Ready International-Ready
$2,000 for up to 10 people
45m
Artboard 1 48-hour hold available
L&D budget friendly
?

Meets requirements for most corporate learning and development budgets.
See below for details.

The Creators

Dr. Kathryn Segovia is the Head of Learning Experience Design, Executive Education at the Hasso Plattner Institute of Design at Stanford.

Dr. Segovia holds a Bachelors, Masters and PhD from Stanford University. She is an expert in helping teams flex their creativity and innovation muscles to address complicated, long-standing challenges with a new set of design thinking tools.

 

Use Cases

This experience can help your team accomplish several goals. Read more about the needs this experience could fill for your team.

Onboard and Get to Know

Run an Agile Project

Learning and Development

This experience is eligible under most corporate Learning & Development budgets.

Further documentation can be found here.

“The Power of Great Beginnings” teaches skills in anticipating conflict and proactively managing to an environment in which collaboration towards shared goals is the norm. Attendees learn, discuss, and develop their own ability to align a team towards norms of compromise and collaboration.

Reviews

Lisa • May 2021

CHRO at $200M SaaS company

“…I used this to bring our team together and revisit how we all work…incredibly effective…”

 

Susan • May 2021

CHRO on 8-person executive team

“…this was an effective way for us to hit the ‘reset’ button and start afresh…well-done…”

 

David • May 2021

CRO on 11-person executive team

“…Kathryn is popular Stanford professor and was great to have her work with us…”