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Adrian Davis
1515 Rebecca Street, Box 71, Oakville, ON, Canada, L6L 6R4

Phone: + 647-977-9047

Email: adrian@adriandavis.com

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1515 Rebecca Street, Box 71
Oakville ON L6L 6R4 Canada

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Work-Life Integration - Goal Setting Workshop - Executive Couple Retreat

REFLECT Prior to this introductory workshop, your organization's objectives and values are matched to one of our MBI Leader's field of expertise. During the workshop, your Leader will share their experience and engage your group in discussions on how goal setting helps create work-life integration, its role in personal success, and how the resulting clarity provided drives business growth. This authentic, eye-opening discussion will be followed by an introduction to the MBI Process in order to kick-start your team's own personal goal setting. Our interactive workshop uses practical MBI strategies to bridge the connection between personal and professional life in order to answer the question “Why do I work?” REFUEL Your team will experience a unique, creative process designed to boost performance and train them to connect values, purpose and achievement to business growth. This powerful workshop will help your organization start the discussion on goal setting and accountability as your team learns to achieve business goals in a systematic and organic manner. RESULTS Identification and alignment of personal and professional goals Increased clarity and focus Improved understanding of personal motivators and their role in achieving team goals Start your team goal-setting, accountability and measurement process THIS WORKSHOP INCLUDES Pre-workshop interview with an MBI Leader to determine organizational objectives and desired outcome 30-minute keynote speech including an overview of the MBI Process 90-minute interactive workshop including completion of three worksheets from the MBI Workbook (selected during the pre-workshop interview) Review of: MBI Mind Map - A creative and visual representation of how your group will reach its goals Maximum 20 participants

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