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5 Reasons You Should Subscribe to Sean’s Team Building Newsletter
Everyone is part of a team.
Whether you are in a family, attend a church, work in an office environment, are part of a project group, or participate in athletics, you are likely always looking for ideas and tips on how your team can become more productive.
Sean’s Great Results Teambuilding Newsletter is a FREE bi-weekly report delivered straight to your inbox full of fun and useful content. As a leader or as a teammate, you will benefit from the tips and resources that it provides.
But just in case you were curious about why you should sign up and subscribe to receive one more email – here are FIVE reasons that Sean’s Team Building Newsletter will be worthwhile and relevant reading material for you and your organization:
1. A Reminder to Have Fun. Both leaders and teammates need to laugh – and each issue will offer a simple yet needed reminder to smile.
2. Topics and Tips for Leading Your Team. Every team experiences adversity, and many of Sean’s topics will focus on how best to overcome the many issues that teams often encounter, including communication, trust, accountability, and others.
3. Useful Resources you can download immediately. With just one click, you will be able to see, save, and utilize resources and printable handouts or tools that Sean will make available on the newsletter that relate to the specific topic for that issue.
4. Book Recommendations. Leaders are readers, and each issue of Sean’s Team Building Newsletter will offer a suggested book title that you will find helpful on that topic.
5. Encouraging Quotes to Inspire you and Your Team. Every member of your team – you included – needs inspiration and encouraging reminders to help boost motivation and engagement. Sean has carefully chosen quotes that are both relevant to the topic of each issue and valuable insights for your group.
While choosing to subscribe to Sean’s newsletter will be helpful, you may at some point want a bit more help – so if you would like to discuss how a team development event can improve your team’s communication and leadership skills, I hope you will contact me and share a short summary of your situation.