BIG BRANDING NEWS!
On April 12, we officially changed our name from WinShape Wilderness to WinShape Teams.   Although we love the name ‘Wilderness’ and the history that we have with it, the decision to make the change to Teams was an easy one.  We wanted a name that would get to the heart of who we serve and WinShape Teams seems to do that so well.  Our mission is to build strong, healthy, fulfilling teams that change the world around them. The name WinShape Teams perfectly illustrates our passion- and helps us stay focused on the teams that we serve.  There will be many new things to come, but we are thrilled to still offer the same great team development programming and services.
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5 Essential Team Skills – Introduction

5 Essential Team Skills – Introduction

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Everything we do requires us to identify and learn a particular set of skills.  Whether learning to ride a bike, play a sport, or become proficient in a particular field of study, skill development is a critical success factor.  Individuals seeking continual growth in one or more areas read, watch and learn from others, and […]

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Questions From: “Should Leadership Be Random?”

Questions From: “Should Leadership Be Random?”

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I recently read an article entitled Should Leadership Development be Random? by David Burkus (www.theleaderlab.org).  It was about a psychological research project by Alexander Haslam, designed to assess different models for leader selection (essentially, random or chosen). The findings of the experiment enforced the hypothesis that groups with a randomly chosen leader outperformed those with a formally/informally […]

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What is the “Reality” of Your Leadership?

What is the “Reality” of Your Leadership?

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I learned a new word this week: simulacrum.  It comes from a Latin word meaning “likeness or similarity” and was first used in English at some point in the 16th Century.  Since then it has actually come to represent something that is a poor representation of the original; something that does no justice to the original. Often […]

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