Learning Technologies Has Teamed with Habitat for Humanity

LTI has partnered with Habitat for Humanity of Wake County to provide a unique business focused team building experience, designed to help their clients improve their employees overall effectiveness, while giving back to the community.

Raleigh, NC, June 20, 2009 --(PR.com)-- LTI has teamed with Habitat for Humanity of Wake County to bring you this opportunity for your team to not only give back to the community but also gain valuable skills that will help you work more effectively together. On the Habitat worksite, participants will learn to appreciate others as valuable resources and discover how much more effective they can be when they work together as a team. LTI’s professional business consultants will lead facilitated discussions throughout the day focused on actually applying lessons learned back at work.

Habitat programs are typically one to two days long, and can accommodate 8 to 100 participants (in subgroups of 8-10 people). The lessons of the day will be reinforced months later when your team receives a photo of the finished home and is invited to the home dedication.

Program Focus

Strategic Planning

Strategic plans are the backbone of any successful business. Your group will hone these important skills by developing a plan to accomplish the day’s goals within the time allotted while meeting Habitat’s high standards for quality.

Managing Processes

When under pressure, most of us cope by working faster rather than smarter. Here, the team will focus on asking the right questions to get the job done right the first time. Performing different tasks in a new environment will force the group to shift from “autopilot” and really analyze their approach to teamwork.

Evaluation and Adjustment

Rarely does a business plan go as expected and to survive, you have to adapt. Your group will need to constantly evaluate their progress and make necessary adjustments to processes to maintain standards while staying on schedule.

Learning Technologies, Inc.
Mark Schreiner