"I cannot recommend your

corporate workshop and goal setting series enough ... "

Britt took our tight-knit team of eight on a journey of personal and professional goal setting, personal value discovery and an intense, vulnerable and rewarding one on one co-worker appreciation session. Her professionalism, curiosity and encouragement guided us through this process in an organic and comfortable way. Our team left this session with a better understanding of ourselves, our team and how we will move forward into 2020 as confident leaders.

 

Thank you, Britt, for your time, humour and support. I cannot recommend your corporate workshop and goal setting series enough, as I believe developing these soft and hard skills are pivotal in creating high-functioning teams and a rewarding workplace. We look forward to working with you again next year to reflect on our progress!

CITY OF SURREY

Parks, Recreation & Culture Division

workshops

DO YOU AND YOUR TEAM HAVE A CLEAR VISION OF THE PATH FORWARD? 

ARE YOU CLEAR ON YOUR VALUES, MISSION AND THE 'WHY' BEHIND WHAT YOU'RE STRIVING FOR?

 

HAVE YOU AND YOUR TEAM SET MEANINGFUL GOALS AND A CLEAR ACTION PLAN ON HOW TO ACHIEVE THEM? 

IF NOT, I CAN HELP...

better together

Individual performance plans and assessments are immensely helpful, but when was the last time your team came together and infused their daily list of to-dos, with what's most important to them in this world?

In most fast-paced, high stakes environments it's rare that we are given the opportunity to reconnect to the good stuff and really SEE, HEAR AND UNDERSTAND those who we spend most of our waking hours.

 

My custom workshops explore goal setting, clarifying and aligning with our values and creating BIG impact as an individual, and within a team.

FOR ALL WORKSHOP + FACILITATION INQUIRIES PLEASE CONTACT

hello@brittpenn.com

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Britt lives and works on the traditional, ancestral and unceded territories of the Sḵwx̱wú7mesh (Squamish), and Səl̓ílwətaʔ/Selilwitulh (Tsleil-Waututh) and xʷməθkʷəy̓əm (Musqueam) First Nations.