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How to run a workshop on business aspirations

1st December 2021

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How to run a workshop on business aspirations

December 2021

Team members have a valuable perspective on what the business should be aiming for and asking for their input can boost engagement. Follow our simple template to run a workshop on business aspirations.

How it works

  1. Select your participants and brief everyone

  2. Run through the 90-minute workshop explained in our template

  3. Set follow-up activities to turn ideas into action

Download template

This tool could help with…

  • Improving the communication in your business

  • Getting staff interested in your vision and values

  • Giving your team autonomy and getting better at delegating