The Green Zone Culture Group partners with Unity Plaza to offer the internationally-acclaimed Radical Collaboration Program in Jacksonville.
Join The Green Zone Culture Group at Unity Plaza for the internationally acclaimed Radical Collaboration program. The is one of the flagship programs of the Green Zone Culture Group and is based on the best selling book Radical Collaboration, Five Essential Skills to Overcome Defensiveness and Build Successful Relationships. This program is being used by organizations around the world to create more cooperative, productive and engaged workplaces.
The three-day Radical Collaboration workshop is a fun, highly interactive experiential learning lab supporting participants in building the skills, the attitude and the mindset to build high-trust collaborative relationships. These skills are among the most essential for success in today’s increasingly interconnected work environments. The workshop includes proven practices for getting out of the survival zone and into the performance zone. It is based on the latest neuroscience, evolutionary neurobiology, positive psychology and interpersonal neurobiology. As a result of this experience, participants will be more effective communicators, problem solvers and accountable collaborators.
The workshop will take place October 28-30, 2015 at 220 Riverside Avenue, Suite 107. It will be facilitated by the authors of the book, Radical Collaboration, and creators of the program, Jim Tamm and Ron Luyet, along with Jacksonville resident and Radical Collaboration partner, Celeste Blackman.
Jim Tamm is a former administrative law judge and an expert in building collaborative workplace environments. He has 40 years of experience in the field of alliance building and conflict resolution. Ron Luyet is an international consultant, former marriage and family therapist and co-founder of The Green Zone Culture Group. He is an expert in human behavior, specializing in executive development, improving collaboration on work teams, and resolving conflict. Celeste Blackman is an international consultant and co-founder of The Green Zone Culture Group. She has more than 20 years experience working with leaders, managers and teams to harness the power of collaborative relationships, build personal influence and transform adversarial relationships into partnerships. The workshop is approved by SHRM for 21 Professional Development Credits.
The Jacksonville based Green Zone Culture Group specializes in building high trust, collaborative environments that optimize human performance. Green Zone Cultures are built on the belief that organizational success depends largely on the ability of leaders and managers to build great places to work. These are places where workers feel included, capable, respected and cared about, thus releasing the discretionary emotional energy that transforms ordinary performance into extraordinary results. For more information about the workshop, the facilitators and Green Zone Thinking, visit the Green Zone Culture Group website.