IT'S TIME TO TAKE YOUR
If you feel it in your gut that your team can do more, be more and earn more but don’t know how to draw it out of them, Corporate Trainer Kendall Ficklin has the answer: Welcome 2 the Jungle (W2J)
W2J teaches communication principles that create high-performing teams. The program runs on passion and consistency, and links productivity to business strategy. W2J helps businesses understand the psychology of why people are productive (or not) and how to leverage that information to transform performance.
THESE ARE THE FIVE COMPONENTS THAT MAKE UP THIS DYNAMIC PROGRAM:
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W2J IS FOR LEADERS WHO WANT TO CREATE TEAMS THAT DOMINATE THEIR COMPETITORS.
As a leader, the jungle is your territory. It is your border. Understanding how to better communicate with the other animals in the jungle (your team) is your competitive edge and the way to ensure success.
DOES YOUR BUSINESS RUN LIKE A WELL-OILED MACHINE?
IS IT PURPOSE-DRIVEN?
DO YOUR EMPLOYEES FEEL UNDERSTOOD?
DO THEY KNOW WHY THEM COME TO WORK EVERY DAY AND WHY THEY MATTER TO YOU?
As a long-time successful corporate trainer, Kendall’s supercharged approach educates business owners on how to communicate with their teams in the most effective way. His strategy is guaranteed to motivate and to bring out the best in your staff. Kendall’s focus with W2J is to help corporate teams turn their vision into reality through the cooperation of their employees.
WHY THESE FOUR ANIMALS?
Four animals run "the jungle," in W2J: a lion, flamingo, chameleon, and a turtle. Each of them does things differently. What if you knew how each one operates, communicates, and works? What if you knew that someone’s over-bearing personality could be used as a strength? Or the fact that your indecisiveness means you're adaptable?
The best teams are balanced, emphatic towards one another, accountable, and open. W2J breaks down HOW people communicate and WHY they do what they do.
This Training Will Help Your Leaders and Team Members...
Identify your natural tendencies and the tendencies you adapt to under stress
Learn exactly how to communicate with others without assuming and guessing
Recognize the personality types on your team, and how to better work with them.
Master how your behavior affects your team when you’re stressed or frustrated.
Learn and dissipate how your teammates respond to critical items
Discover how to stop apologizing for your natural strengths.
Get your team on the same sheet of music, to be more productive.
As a leader, others look to you for extraordinary results. They depend on you, learn from you, lean on you, seek approval from you, and sometimes disapprove of you (hey, it happens). So, whom do you turn to when you need support? How do you find a guide who understands your world, your goals, your responsibilities, and even your shortcomings? You reach out to someone who is the master of making sense of a jungle: Kendall Ficklin.