When Everyone’s Counting On You,

It’s Time to Turn Your Group into a Team

Who Is This For?

Senior leaders at the top who recognize that changing their team culture will improve results. When you want to model for the rest of the organization what it takes to succeed.

How Do We Start?

Take an assessment and see where your team is productive and positive, and where changes are called for. Decide on 2-3 areas to make dramatic shifts. Then InwardBound designs a unique, highly customized program.

What’s the Time Commitment?

Begin with an all-day offsite, followed by 2-hr team coaching every month. At the end, re-take the assessment and compare before and after scores.

Speed decision making

Decide when siloes improve productivity

Build trust and address conflict

Lead with a unified voice

Prioritize projects

Decide on what you can count on from each other

What Previous Attendees Have To Say

This process was a great return on our investment.

We now know that it's completely within our power to create what we want together.

We asked the hard questions and came together to create solutions.

A year and a half later our productivity and positivity are still improving because of the program.

A Strong Culture Starts at the Top

Contact Us For a Consultation

Case Studies Show Improvements Up to 80%.
Seven Nonprofits Reveal Coaching Results:

August 7, 2017 in Case Studies

Case Study: Our Lady of Lourdes

Obstacles to overcome: Small staff servicing several thousand parishioners. Ongoing confusion around roles. Wanted ways that goals can be shared by the entire team. Founded in 1912 as an African-American…
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August 4, 2017 in Case Studies

Case Study: The Task Force for Global Health

Obstacles to overcome: Frantic work pace with an overwhelming workload. Conflicting direction from the Director and Associate Director. Reduce preventable diseases and move toward global health equity August 2012 –…
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July 29, 2017 in Case Studies

Case Study: CARE

Obstacles to overcome: A new leader combined several operating units. Pressure to cut overhead to meet new goals. Low morale. Worldwide humanitarian aid organization November 2010-May 2011 Supply Chain Management…
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July 15, 2017 in Case Studies

Case Study: St. Vincent de Paul

Obstacles to overcome: Direct reports going directly to Executive Director instead of working it out themselves. Mired in tactical issues, losing sight of the vision. 100+ yr old organization offering…
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June 19, 2017 in Case Studies

Case Study: Latin American Association

Obstacles to overcome: New Executive Director promoted from within. Great uncertainty about future of immigration. Team members held each other in high regard. Envision the full integration of Latino families…
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June 12, 2017 in Case Studies

CASE STUDY: Literacy Action

Obstacles to overcome: High performers. A team of introverts who avoided addressing conflict. Staff hesitant to take risks. Provide adult literacy programs to break the cycle of intergenerational low literacy…
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