“My model for business is The Beatles. They were four guys who kept each other’s kind of negative tendencies in check. They balanced each other and the total was greater than the sum of the parts. That’s how I see business: great things in business are never done by one person, they’re done by a team of people.” – Steve Jobs
Performance anxiety and stage fright is just as common in your business as it is in ours. Our team building programs rely heavily on our experience, knowledge and ability to present information to a room full of strangers… and convince them to try some wacky ideas. No stress there, right? We get it.
We know that “wacky” doesn’t always start off well with strangers, and that’s why our SGC team is so important in helping us keep our performance anxiety at bay… so that our goal of helping your business isn’t overshadowed by our own sweaty palms and shaky knees.
Our understanding of what it takes to lead a team or presentation in the office is refined from our approach to teamwork within Source Consulting Group. Our experiential team building programs are diverse and “wacky” because they represent the different personalities, insights and experiences we share in our office. That also means we already have a proven, successful example of team building to show you… and in that experience, we get to also give you your unique roadmap to team building success.
What we are saying here is that in order to bring you some great team building experiences, we had to walk the talk, ourselves. We had to get over our own performance anxiety at the office by relying on our own teams’ strengths, support… and quirks. Our success in working together and developing our office culture is what lets us do the same for you, because we totally understand the struggles that are faced with performance anxiety and building a successful team at the office.
Your team can be quirky, we don’t mind. We celebrate the wacky in each member, and in the crazy leader who takes that role a step further. We think wacky is wonderful, and the paramount way to build a strong, successful team… just like the Beatles, and maybe even better.