Dreams: The Currency of Borg Design’s Future
The Dream Manager Program, Matthew Kelly’s groundbreaking professional development and ultimate life-coaching course, presented by Floyd Consulting, is now proudly partners with Borg Design, and announced K. Andrew Borg as the company’s Dream Manager.
Designed to help individuals and companies build a bigger future, the Dream Manager Program with K. Andrew Borg as Dream Manager will guide and support Borg Design employees to achieve their personal dreams, while increasing their productivity and happiness in the workplace.
Andrew Borg, President of Borg Design and newly appointed Dream Manager said, “We are really excited about the opportunity to help our employees achieve some of their life dreams that they may think are impossible or out of reach. We believe in supporting our team’s goals, hopes and dreams, and strive to help them achieve them.”
This program is used in over 500 large and small companies and organizations. The goals of the program are to promote staff engagement and loyalty, while producing a highly efficient, cohesive, and enthusiastic team that cares about their place of employment, creating a competitive advantage in the marketplace.
“There are hundreds of team-building exercises that companies implement every day, but many seem forced, and most people feel some level of discomfort participating. The key to successful team-building is creating a unity while celebrating the individuality of each member— common purpose colliding with unique contributions.” – Matthew Kelly
The passion of dreams is contagious, and is key to the program having revolutionized the corporate world. When people are passionate about their personal dreams and feel supported by their leaders, that passion overflows into organizational dreams.
Organizations with a Dream Manager have experienced improved teamwork, increased business performance, identification of future leaders/managers, a greater connection between managers and employees, and an overall reduction of employee turnover.
Borg Design hopes that by bringing this program into the company, it will help to increase employees’s happiness in and out of the workplace, as well as increase quality and performance in the workplace.