Flowmotion, a business productivity consultancy, today announced its unique Lean & Agile training retreat concept - based at a lakeside cottage in Canada boasting an outdoor hot tub, two wood-burning fireplaces, home-cooked meals and transportation
Designed to inspire, Flowmotion's training course will demonstrate the power of Lean & Agile techniques to bring an idea into reality, quickly - unleashing the ability to move swiftly from spending money to making money - no matter what industry the participant is a part of. Participants will deliver real results with Lean & Agile not just after the course, but during it as well.
With the myriad of different working environments out there, it's difficult for traditional training courses to go deeper than just explaining the theory. This course is different. As consultant coaches who run their own businesses and who have helped small and medium-sized enterprises as well as global organisations such as BP (British Petroleum), BT (British Telecom), and the UK Government improve their bottom lines, Flowmotion bring something special - the ability to translate theory into real results.
Run as part- training course, part- active coaching workshop, this in-depth course promises to deliver real, tangible, important results in participants´ jobs by introducing theory, ingraining practical application and co-creating an action plan for each participant which has been tailor-made to inspire a real difference in his or her workplace.
Returning to her Canadian roots, Laura Waite, international Business Productivity Coach and Director of Flowmotion, will teach the course. Past training participants have said, "Laura is very engaging, great listening skills, and extremely knowledgeable" and described her training as, "[t]houghtful, provoking and enjoyable - very good presentation of a subject that you clearly have a passion for!"
For maximum effect, Flowmotion have arranged for participants to enjoy a relaxing, pampered retreat at a gorgeous lakeside cottage near Toronto, Canada - removed from their day-to-day working demands.
The cottage boasts more than 3,000 square feet of working and break-out space, including two relaxing lounges, both with wood-burning fireplaces, on-site massages and an outdoor hot tub. Located in Muskoka, known as "Toronto's playground", the natural surroundings will offer many outdoor activities including hiking, snowshoeing, cross-country skiing, snow tubing, birding, and ice-fishing.
Due to its hands-on nature, the course is open to participants from any role in an organisation, as well as people who work alone as independents or entrepreneurs.
The course will run from Monday, February 28 to Friday, March 1, 2013 for only $2,795 CAD ($2,795 USD, £1,750 GBP, â‚¬2,150 EUR). Course fees include accommodation, home-cooked meals prepared in the cottage itself and transportation to and from downtown Toronto and Toronto Pearson International Airport, all taxes and fees.
For more information, visit www.flowmotioncafe.com/unique