Our Services

Corporate Sports Club ProgramsBased on proven and tested sporting principles, we customise our services to meet your desired outcomes which can include:

  • Improved team-based culture with shared values
  • Increased management & staff engagement
  • Increased profitability
  • Increased productivity
  • Attracting more customers
  • Reduced staff turnover
  • Improved coaching and leadership skills
  • Reduced injuries
  • Reduced absenteeism

Our services are designed to create long-term improvements to your organisation and are aimed at all levels of an organisation

Our process is very simple:

  1. Needs analysis
  2. Preparing your Game Plan – your customised goal
  3. Pre-season training workshops
  4. Playing the game through workshops
  5. Regular post-match reviews

Prior to commencement, we work together to establish what you want to change in your business. This is your game plan or the key goal everyone will be working towards.

Post-match reviews will be conducted weekly or monthly where the results for the previous period are reviewed. Post-match reviews will ensure that the team stays focused and working towards their goal as well as identifying possible changes to the game plan.

At the end of our services, you will see in real terms that your team is working cohesively and providing your business with genuine improvement.

As there are no differences between the principles of a successful sports team and any corporate team, sporting principles can beneficially be applied into any industry. These principles can also be applied to any work team, department or branch, large business or small and includes all areas such as Sales, Admin, HR, Finance or Operations.

Sample subjects we use:

  • The professional sports club and code
  • The coach
  • The players
  • Fans
  • Preparing for the season
  • Common goals
  • Scoreboard and ladder
  • Performance measures
  • Creating scoring opportunities and scoring goals
  • Defending a score
  • Hogging the ball
  • Communication
  • Resting players
  • Playing overtime
  • Work-related injury
  • Performance on display
  • Celebrations
  • Attitude and motivation

A great coach

sees your strengths and builds on them, moving you into positions to ensure both you and the team are highly successful.

Nothing makes a person feel better about work than having the ability to be highly successful.