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We’ll equip your work team with their own, proven, practical strategies that will raise work productivity by 20 to 60 percent.

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MeadowkirkThe Team Results Masterclass: a new training course, on which you can buy single seats! Click here to check it out. 



Charlie bicycle(Animated Short) Charlie’s Teambuilding Fail.

The epic tale of a man, a course manual, and a bicycle. Click here to watch!




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(Based on our global Penguin bestseller, “Crocodile Charlie and the Holy Grail”)




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John Kolm, CEO

A Thought Experiment   “Imagination is more important than knowledge”. – Albert Einstein   Let’s imagine that you take a staff climate survey of your organization, and discover that 80 percent of your people are unhappy.  Unless you work in an industry where it literally makes no difference how unhappy or disconnected your staff is, […]

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Amanda Biller

The Invisible Duck   ————————-          This morning, I saw something odd. It was a busy country intersection, with cars waiting at stop signs in several directions. A car moved into the intersection, then awkwardly slowed and stopped askew, right in the center of the intersection, blocking all the other cars. It […]

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