Why Hold a Retreat?

From WilderWeber Leadership Group, a VT KnowledgeWorks member company:

Benefits of retreats There are many excellent reasons to hold a retreat; they are an effective platform for improving leadership skills, solving problems, creating high performing teams and clarifying your organization’s competitive strategy.

  • Enhance or create a new vision for the organizaton.
  • Establish a strategic framework.
  • Charter a strategic or key process team.
  • Create high performing teams.
  • Establish higher levels of interpersonal relationships.
  • Amplify your organization’s culture.
  • Harness the collective strength of the group to enhance innovation.
  • Facilitate decision-making so you can make the tough decisions that may be necessary.
  • Resolve problems or correct course when things are going wrong.
  • Explore the outside environment; examine trends, venture into new territory and investigate “what if” scenarios.
  • Create productive mindsets by changing perceptions, attitudes and behaviors.

For more infomartion about organizational retreats, please contact WilderWeber Leadership Group

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