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Positive Strategic Team Building

Research based and Positive Team Building with an outcome. The essential in today's work climate.

A stimulating workplace that encourages individual and team growth not only retains its best people and grows as a business but also becomes an employer of choice. In a recent Australian survey "1/3 of employees intended to leave their job in the next 12 months- due to lack of opportunity for growth & development." If you struggle to retain, motivate or even to attract great people to your organisation- be proactive with your people and team development and enlist the support of WunderTraining. CLICK MORE DETAILS for workshop content. (Picture: DormaKarba Pacific Conference)

Building on our Strengths (HERO)

This is a brilliant workshop for newly formed teams, merged teams or an organisation looking to grow engagement + relationships. It is also excellent for teams who may have divides or some behaviours that have become apart of the culture that prevent positive collaboration or innovation.

R.A.W Courage + Resilient Attitude

R.A.W Courage for Teams: Resilience, Attitude and Wellbeing. Current work environments are continually shifting and with this at times we experience those moments when we feel frustrated or overwhelmed. If you need a fresh and powerful mindset to embrace the next chapter- this is it.

Mastering Change with energy and strength

“It is not the strongest of the species that survive, nor the most intelligent, but the most responsive to change.” Charles Darwin ( c1809-1882) This holds true today- not only for the world’s animals and plant species, but increasingly for business as well. In order to survive- and thrive- companies today must adapt to constantly changing conditions, new opportunities and threats.

'Positively' World Class Service

High achievement always takes place in the framework of high expectations. To be 'World Class' is as much about attitude as it is ability. The difference between ordinary and extraordinary is that little 'extra'. Let your team decide what those important little extras are.