Common Purpose Pitstops are our client-specific leadership development interventions for teams from within an organization.
Pitstops are client-specific leadership development interventions for teams from within an organization.
Pitstop modules are designed to address a particular organizational need. For example, an organization might need their leaders and teams to:
Common Purpose can help organizations address all of these, by applying our approach of: pushing leaders outwards; supporting learning from others; offering new insights; and challenging participants to broaden their networks and horizons.
“I have really enjoyed the programme and the opportunity it has given me to reflect on various aspects of my role and my life overall. I have found it a very positive and useful experience, and I am looking now at ways I can make use of the methodologies with my team. More importantly am looking at how to continue my own development.”
Our Pitstop programmes can facilitate participants from your team to:
Depending on your needs, a Pitstop can be in the form of a ½-day, 1-day or 2-day programme, with the option to include follow-up sessions and modules.
We bring a toolkit of tried-and-tested methods and approaches gathered from over 20 years of developing leaders of all ages and from all parts of society. These include:
Pitstops are run across Ireland and can take place in your office or any suitable location of your choosing. It is the responsibility of the client to secure a venue and arrange the catering for the Pitstop.
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For enquiries please contact on (01) 872 9322, email email@example.com, or get in touch using the online enquiries form.
The programme costs include coordination, chairing, materials and provision for sourcing and/or briefing external contributors for up to 30 participants.
Some modifications to cost, content and duration can be made; the cost averages €3,000 per day.
If you cannot pay the full fee, please do not be deterred from contacting the team to explore options. Common Purpose will work with your organisation to come to an arrangement that will suit all.
“I believe today revealed there is a common desire, in all present, to better themselves professionally and to better the goals of the association.”
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