Dan Hogan is a Certified Master Facilitator and he served on the Board of the International Institute for Facilitation. With over three decades of team building facilitation experience working with over 500 teams in the United States and other countries, Dan is retired from facilitating but is teaching other facilitators and team leaders in these practical Right-Minded Teamwork principles.
These books are about team-building, the Right-Minded Way. The first book, Right-Minded Teamwork: 9 Right Choices for Building a Team That Works as One teaches the basics of this custom team building process. The second book, 12 Steps How to Design a Right-Minded Team-Building Workshop, is a detailed process for designing a custom Right-Minded team building workshop. The first will help you create Right-Minded Teamwork and the second book will show you how to design a team building workshops that your teammates can't wait to attend. Bring the lessons from these two book into your team and your team will achieve 100% customer satisfaction.
Do No Harm. Get Work Done.
Millions across have applied the concepts of A Course in Miracles to find inner peace. Imagine how ACIM has changed your life. Now think how amazing it will be when your teammates use those principles to work together toward common goals. Because when your team is living the "happy dream", it’s more productive and, in turn, your customers are more satisfied.
Masterful team building facilitation is the art and science of weaving together three functions: designing, facilitating and teaching. This course teaches you how to design a custom Right-Minded workshop. You will learn to use the 12 step Process Map that links to free downloadable templates, examples and exercises. This course summarizes Dan Hogan's three decades of in the filed experience.
This is a real-world team-building facilitator's guide & teammate handbook with links to free facilitator resources and exercises. Real-world, right-minded, teamwork is direct and resolves your team's most pressing issues. So called teamwork games and outdoor exercises are not valid activities. Don't do them. Implement these 9 right choices instead and you will build a team that works as one.