Improving our relationship to work through events, content and products.

TEAM CAVEDAYS
AND
PRODUCTIVITY TRAINING

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PRODUCTIVITY = PROFITABILITY

transformational training
to optimize productivity and communications
in order to build stronger teams
and increase THE BOTTOM LINE
.

 
 

Did you know…

Up to 80% of time in the office is considered "wasted time"

Distractions are constant. From sitting in meetings to checking email 30+ times a day, having too many communications platforms and coworkers asking about your weekend– there are countless ways your team is not being as productive as they could be. 

Lost productivity is lost business.

 

THE SOLUTION TO WASTED TIME IS DEEP WORK.


OUR OFFERINGS

We customize our material to fit your needs, challenges, and problems.
We can run them in your office, join your offsite, or reserve private space for you.

Caveday coach Rick Clemons

WORKSHOPS

1 hour and 2 hour workshops tailored to teach the most common problems that come up in office environments. Including topics like kicking off projects, scheduling and meetings, communication, and feedback.

Molly Sonsteng Caveday corporate workshops and training

CAVEDAYS

The best way for teams to catch up on deadlines, push ahead on projects, and learn how to be more productive as a group. Unlike other workshops, your team will actually be getting their work done during this session.

 

 

SOME OF OUR CLIENTS

 
 
 

 
This will forever shift our workplace culture for the better: our communication with each other, our relationship with work and our relationship with time.

I left the day with a new problem-solving mindset, and a path to my most productive self. Any company that DOESN’T do a Caveday or adopt this mentality is setting themselves up for failure and burnout.
— Carolyn Rush, VP of Strategy at WORN.NYC
 
 
Caveday corporate training workshop

 

START YOUR
TRANSFORMATION
TODAY
 

“This is AWESOME!
We should kick off every project with a Caveday!”

PAGE SCHMUCKER, Design director at FJORD

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