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One Hour Team Sessions – Hourglas

One Hour

Approx. one
hour completion

Highly Engaging Team Sessions With Social Learning

Social Learning

20% knowledge
80% team exercises

Online Team Development Platform with Plug and Play Team Sessions

Plug and Play

Online platform for onsite or remote teams

Multiple Languages – All Beams are available in English and Danish


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Focus on team goals and purpose

What is it that you are gathered to create?

A strong team is not just a group of people. It's a unit that uses each other to make each other and the team better.

The Beam works to make the team's goals and objectives a common task. You work to create complete clarity about the meaning of your team, so that you get a common language that makes each team member's place on the team more important than the I-goals that often set the stage for the strong team results.


#1   Introduction to team results

#2   What's the point of your team?

#3   What's the purpose of being a team?

#4   Strengthen the focus on the result


Superior team trust

What kind of trust do you have in each other? And how do you use it best in the team?

Trust is much more than just trusting one another. It creates psychological security and significantly reduces the need for control, rules and guidelines.

The Beam works to develop the kind of trust in the team that creates room for constructive and honest feedback and confidence to turn mistakes into momentum. You gain insight into each other's perceived strengths and weaknesses, so that you can use them actively and develop each other's competencies without conflicts.


#1   Introduktion to team trust

#2   Trust in competencies

#3   Trust in character 

#4   How to you build trust?


Solution-focused conflicts

Do you have those kinds of conflicts that make you stronger and better together?

Conflicts are hard to avoid. By far the few are wise. Particularly strong teams use them to get better.

The Beam challenges the idea that conflicts work with a winner and a loser. You get theoretical insight into why you act as you do in a conflict situation and practical tools to create solutions instead of hard knots ..

So you do not fall into the conflict cloud or fighting trap, where peace becomes more important than solutions.


#1   How to we attack conflicts?

#2   How to have solution-based conflicts

#3   How to practice smart conflicts


Commit the team to success

Are you committed to each other and to your common goals?

Dedicated teams perform particularly well because they are strongly committed to their team, work, and goals.

The Beam works intensively to develop the level of commitment in the team, so that the common goals become the success criterion and each individual team member achieves a higher sense of ownership. You learn how to develop commitment in the team, your common goals and the overall drive that makes everyone fully committed to achieving common success.


#1   Introduction to team commitment

#2   How do you commit?

#3   Commit your team to success


Responsible teams with ownership

What do you expect from each other? And who takes responsibility?

Teams that feel accountable and take ownership of the team's joint success create great results - and require minimal leadership.

The Beam works to turn the understanding of responsibility and task delegation from a management task to a team task.

You get valuable tools to better take responsibility and hold each other accountable, without it becoming a matter of guilt or insecurity.


#1   Introduction to team accountability

#2  Expectations without guilt

#3  What can you do better?

#4  Holding each other accountable


Communicate to make everyone better

Do you listen so that others speak? And do you speak so that others listen?

Good communication is simply essential for good cooperation. The best teams communicate so they create psychological security.

The Beam works to avoid locked mindset and feed the development-oriented communication.

You get basic tools to develop the kind of communication that creates self-confidence and personal and professional development.


#1   Listening and talking

#2  Developmental Communication

#3  How is your communication?

#4  Positive communication within a team

#5  Better communication within the team


Use each other's strengths wisely

Are you using your team's talents and personalities optimally?

It can quickly create frustrations when opposites meet. But different personalities are actually one of the most important grips in a strong and high-performing team.

The beam works with the DISC model's 4 personality types and gives you an overview and clarity of each other's action patterns.

You get strong tools to focus your tasks on each other's talents, strengths and weaknesses.



#1   Introduction to DISC

#2   The four main personality types

#3   The good and the bad days

#4   Personalities in the team

#5   Talk about the types

#6   The four types in your team

#7   Communication and personalities


Feedback that creates results

Are you good enough to give each other constructive feedback?

The art of giving good feedback is hugely important for creating great results and developing people. However, many people find it difficult to both give and receive feedback.

The beam challenges the idea of what feedback is and how it should be served. You learn the classic mistakes and pitfalls we most often fall into, and get valuable methods to make each other grow through professional and effective feedback.


#1   Mistakes and pitfalls of feedback

#2   Feedback = professional care

#3   How to you practice great feedback?

#4   Cases

#5   How to practice multiplying feedback


Motivate your team to high performance

Are you motivated for your work? And do you engage with each other?

Motivation is what gets us started and what keeps us going. Every single day. In fact, motivation can be put on formula.

The Beam works to create an understanding of why motivation is a crucial factor in a strong team and how it is created and maintained.

You gain concrete knowledge that enables you to work with each other's self-determination, mastery and cohesion for the benefit of the entire team.



#1   Introduction to team motivation

#2   The Motivation Formula

#3   Rate your motivation

#4   An engaged and motivated team

#5  Motivation as a team task


»I have suck great people in my team. But we also need to develop together as a team.

It's great to experience how they engage in the Beams. I think Gurubeam is nothing short of an ingenious way of developing teams.


Customer Service and Project Manager, Mekoprint
Denmark's 11th Best Workplace 2021 – Great Place to Work®

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