Engaging & Actionable Workshops.
Network science and organizational research provides insight into how to strengthen your work culture, reduce turnover, and create trust. Implementation of these research backed policies can reduce loneliness, increase compensation and boost job satisfaction.
THE POWER OF NETWORKS
FOR YOUR ORGANIZATION AND YOUR LIFEWhat does an innovative network look like? What does a high trust organization look like? What types of networks result in more raises or greater pay? What do the networks of high performers have in common? Learn what makes networks different and understand your own.
HIGH QUALITY CONNECTIONS
SELF DISCLOSURE, TEAM & RELATIONSHIP BUILDINGDive deep into the research behind building high quality relationships. Develop skills such as listening, vulnerability and self disclosure in the classroom.
NETWORKS FOR GETTING THINGS DONEExplore the research behind high quality teams. Figure out why some teams thrive while others fail. Through engaging exercises, come away with lessons for effective leadership.
Who leads the sessions?
Marissa King is a Professor at the Yale School of Management. Her work explores a variety of topics including social networks, communication, and conflicts of interest. She had taught popular courses on leadership, teams, organizational change, and making the most of your network for MBA students and executives.
Personalized Network Coaching.
Have you tried to improve your network but become burned out and frustrated? Or, felt the return was not worth your time? Network coaching can help.
We take a personalized, whole-person approach.
Our goal is not to teach you to work a room or develop an unforgettable business card. It’s to…
- Help you become a happier & healthier person
- Guide you to spend time more efficiently building the right relationships, and
- Create a network that is best for your individual goals.
Why do we call ourselves Team Good, LLC?
Team Good isn’t about who we are. It’s about who we aspire to be. It serves as our northern light. The name is there to remind us that all our decisions, who we work with, who we work for, and what content we put out into the world, should be done in service of a mission of making the world a better place.