Nina Cherry specializes in leading company meetings for team-building and effective use of time. She guides the participants in being more concise and more caring in their discussions.
Often an impediment to becoming a high-performing team is the reluctance of team members to be authentic and transparent so all can participate in changing limiting patterns of behavior. With Nina’s guidance, team members develop stellar interpersonal skills.
Teams typically go through stages known as Forming, Storming, Norming and Performing. Storming is a natural cycle with potential benefits if a team can get past its internal challenges. Most teams do not get beyond this conflict stage because they don’t have the guidance or the skills to do so.
Nina’s team coaching catapults your teams into high-performance—transforming potential into success by defining your company vision, values, and goals, and developing the action plans to get there. The effectiveness of the executive team builds the foundation for the organization to become extraordinary and exemplary.
Nina facilitates meetings and brainstorming sessions by utilizing a solution-oriented process to collaborate in solving problems and sourcing new opportunities. Team members develop goals and strategies together, and each person is held accountable by Nina and the other team members.
Consider scheduling a team retreat with Nina. It is exciting for a group to get out of the office and into a playful atmosphere in nature such as Turtle Bay Resort on O’ahu or The Fairmont Kea Lani in Wailea, Maui. Nina has many choice locations to choose from ranging from 5-star resort to camping out.
Mornings are spent in focused work sessions in a conference room where your team will solve their toughest challenges, learn new skills, plan their next year, and create an action plan for implementing shared objectives.
Team mates bond as they go for sunset walks on the beach, swim, snorkel, and hike together.
Reward your team and incite better performance with a one day or weekend retreat with Nina. Your team will hold these memories dear for years to come, and make major strides in co-creating projects and team work.