Are you ready to transform your life? Contact Mary Beth now for a free consultation!
Mary Beth is an experienced group facilitator. Treat your team or your community group to a time of exploring individual and collective passions, interests and goals, or to a day of team building, improving team communication and effectiveness.
Get your friends or colleagues together for a full or half day retreat to rekindle your individual and group passions!
It is easy to get stuck in patterns of behaviour that, in the grand scheme of things, don't serve you or your group well.
Mary Beth empowers the group to think deeply about their individual and collective values, passions, unique talents and goals.
Mary Beth will take you through practical exercises to help you identify what brings you joy so you can make more room for these activities in your life while decreasing the time spent on activities that are not fulfilling.
Through self and group reflection, you will leave the retreat feeling revitalized with specific actions you are committed to taking to elevate your sense of purpose and joy.
Mary Beth customizes her workshops based on the stage of development the team is at and current issues they are experiencing.
She engages teams in exercises and case discussions to get to know one another better (which increases trust), become clear about the expertise, knowledge, and skills each person brings to their role (which builds respect), and develop collaborative team processes to improve outcomes and the bottom line.
A day of playful team building can:
"There is no power for change greater than a community discovering what it cares about." Meg Wheatley
Mary Beth has more than 20 years of experience leading and developing teams locally and in Africa. Her work has been published and presented at conferences in Canada, the US, Europe and Africa. Her leadership has been recognized and awarded in health care, education and by the Business and Professional Women of Ontario.
"Mary Beth is extremely approachable, supportive, and provides meaningful opportunities for the group to learn, bond and develop even greater group cohesion." (Anonymous participant feedback)