Training Paths

Live Company Culture
and Leadership Training Events

  • Envision-U’s Master Trainers can work with your team live on site, from full-day challenges to company culture keynotes.

Challenge Event

An information-packed full day event that serves as a catalyst for breaking limiting habits, fears and beliefs that are blocking participants from their true capabilities and elite performance. You will learn how your mind works so you can accomplish any vision you desire.
The Challenge Event focuses on creating a meaningful transformative and collaborative experience for participants. Learn how to maintain certainty in uncertain situations, create time and energy in a fast-paced environment, and adapt and thrive as both an individual and as a team.

The event is designed to support participants in achieving the following objectives:

  • Identify and strengthen the foundation of communication in the organization
  • Learn how to bring an idea to completion and support others in doing the same
  • Understand how to create your Ultimate Performance State, aligning self-talk, focus and body language to perform at your highest level in any situation
  • Discover the new golden rule to effectively align and communicate with everyone

Custom Keynote

For over two decades, Envision-U has been leading transformative and memorable corporate events. The Master Trainers of Envision-U provide a customized, impactful, interactive experience.

With a principle-based approach, trainers are flexible and content is tied to your desired outcomes. Envision-U offers sophisticated content in a simple format that speaks to every participant, from the CEO of a multi-billion dollar company to a new intern, seasoned employee, athlete or student. Participants are engaged and intrigued from start to finish.

Envision-U keynotes support participants in recognizing and overcoming fear, doubt and the uncertainty of change.

Keynote event clients include: Terex, ExxonMobile, Pilgrims Chicken, Pulte Homes, Patterson Dental, Quicken Loans, University of Michigan and Honeywell.