of employees now report they feel less connected to their co-workers
Harvard Business Review
of employees report signs of burnout
McKinsey & Company
Welcome to our 3-hour ‘Workshop in a Box’ that will take your people from stressed to sorted.
Meet your facilitators
Elizabeth McNaughton and Jolie Wills are masters of leading teams in high stress environments forged in 25 major disasters.
- Enhanced the performance of 1000s of leaders
- 1000+ workshops facilitated
- Award-winning industry-recognized thought leaders
Sought after speakers and award winners
Featured in Sir Richard Bransons
100% Human at work and partnered with Rocky Mountain Association for talent development
Keynote Speakers | Panel Experts | Session Chair
UN Office for Disaster Risk reduction conference
Fellows & Award Winners
Winston Churchill Scholarship | Edmund Hillary Fellowship | Leadership New Zealand
What people are saying
Dr Regardt Ferreira - Director Disaster Resilience Leadership Academy, Tulane University
"Hummingly's innovative tools and training grew out of the lived experience of working in emergencies. They are grounded in science and are masterfully designed. This is what makes them so powerful."
Jenny Busing - Co-founder and Chief Growth Officer, Excellent
Our team loved it!
"Easiest workshop I've ever run. So helpful that all the supplies and expertise were packaged up in one workshop box. I wasn't sure how videos would work but it was a fantastic experience and our team loved it. We can't wait to do more!"
Linda Jenkinson - CEO, Level Up (1st woman CEO to list on the NASDAQ)
100% would recommend to others
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Michelle Sharp - CEO, UNICEF New Zealand
It changed the game!
"Our leaders left the workshop with direction, hope and practical strategies for leading in this new world. It changed the game for us."
Alex McNaughten - CEO, Aprento
"I came in super cynical - there's no way you're going to get us to collaborate without having a facilitator in the room. But it was awesome! Genuinely an amazing achievement!"
Select Your 'Workshop in a Box'
How many participants does the workshop cater for?
As many as you need. The base 'workshop in a box' includes resources for 20 participants. Easily expand the workshop size by purchasing 'Additional Participant Packs' - each catering for 10 additional participants.
How much prep will we need to do before the workshop?
Just 10 minutes! We have a demo video to show you how it works. We've created the workshop for busy people. Just gather your people, distribute the resources and push play.
What technology will we need?
To push play you'll just need a screen, projector, sound capabilities and access to the internet
Can we break the workshop into multiple sessions?
We recommend running the workshop in one 2.5-hour block. However, you can split the delivery over two sessions.
What is video facilitation?
You will feel like we are in the room leading the session. We explain the activities, share our expertise, and let you know you when to hit pause to discuss or participate together.
Can we run the workshop as a hybrid or online session?
The workshop is designed for those occasions when you bring the team together in person to enhance cohesion.
How do we set ourselves up to sustain the learning?
We've included tools that your leaders and teams can use through time. We have created First Friday (virtual or hybrid) monthly follow-on sessions to deepen and embed the learning.
How can we be confident in the learning design?
Our workshops are designed by a cognitive scientist, featured in Sir Richard Branson's 100% Human at Work Innovations Book, and based upon the delivery of thousands of workshops with organizations all over the world. The ‘Workshop in a Box’ has been rigorously tested with learning and development designers from the Association from Talent Development.
What impact has the workshop had for other organizations?
95% of participants say they would recommend our workshops to others. The #1 piece of feedback we get is "We just wished we'd had this earlier."
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