What Do Kalliergo Programs Actually Do?
Finally, An Elevator Pitch!
Do you have an elevator pitch for your business? I’ve struggled for years to develop mine. This was a problem and I knew it. It meant I was not able to effectively communicate the core mission of my business; what Kalliergo Community Building programs are really about. I suppose when you’re doing something completely new, you can be excused for taking the necessary time to get clear on it. Or perhaps Kalliergo just needed time to evolve.
The Evolution of Kalliergo
Over the years, I’ve focused on:
- The value of Community – we need community like we need oxygen
- The value of Building Community in all areas of our lives (including the workplace. Search: “close friends at work make work more productive” to see why)
- The value of Community Leadership, the highest evolution of leadership
But I never communicated what was at the core – the heart and soul – of what Kalliergo programs actually do.
The Lightbulb Moment
Kalliergo Community building programs are not just what we do, they are also how we do something of utmost importance: We show people how to have authentic, close, meaningful, empowering, functional, and fun relationships with the people in their lives.
It’s all about relationships.
Community building is relationship building.
In all our years of schooling, when were we taught about relationships, the most important thing in life?
Kalliergo programs show people how to have meaningful relationships in their lives by giving them the tools and frameworks for building them.
Workplace Relationships Matter Too
Relationships form the foundation for any successful collaboration; they are also the foundation of a happy life.
We show people how to have happy, fulfilling, supportive and meaningful relationships at home, at play, and at work.
What do you do at Kalliergo, Lori?
We show people how to have authentic, close, meaningful, empowering, functional, and fun relationships with the people in their lives.
How do you do that?
We teach them how to build Community.
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