Rediscover Your Passion, Get Unstuck, and Build A High-Performing Team

Break free of the plateau that’s holding you back and learn to build a harmonious team with the 8-step Workplace Jazz method, with behind-the-scenes improvisation secrets that integrate productivity, workplace culture, music, and neuroscience to help your team achieve peak performance.

Rediscover Your Passion, Get Unstuck, and Build A High-Performing Team

Break free of the plateau that’s holding you back and learn to build a harmonious team with the 8-step Workplace Jazz method, with behind-the-scenes improvisation secrets that integrate productivity, workplace culture, music, and neuroscience to help your team achieve peak performance.

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“I love what I do, I just wish my team worked better together,”

you say whenever anyone asks you about work.

“I love what I do, I just wish my team worked better together,”

you say whenever anyone asks you about work.

And it’s true. You do love what you do. It’s just that every day is starting to feel like Groundhog Day, and you feel like your team is just running through the motions.

Every project starts well. There’s a flurry of activity and big ideas on the best way to kick everything off...then as everyone starts doing their tasks, small things start to drop off.

Projects that should be a snap move at a snail’s pace...
  • Your team agonizes over decisions…
  • Key team members lose track of project flow and who is responsible for doing what…
  • ​Task ownership handoffs get missed completely...
And too often, you end up redoing the work yourself to ensure that it’s done right...

It feels sloppy, and you just wish there was a way to engage your employees to build teams that are connected, supportive, and get optimum results. It’s affecting your company culture and you worry that clients will start to notice.

It’s even more true when everyone is working remotely and you can’t shout down the hall or pop into someone’s office. 

You know you have great people on your team, you just wish you could help them work together more effectively.

You just don’t know how to build an agile project team...and you’re exhausted and burned out.

And it’s true. You do love what you do. It’s just that every day is starting to feel like Groundhog Day, and you feel like your team is just running through the motions.

Every project starts well. There’s a flurry of activity and big ideas on the best way to kick everything off...then as everyone starts doing their tasks, small things start to drop off.

Projects that should be a snap move at a snail’s pace...
  • Your team agonizes over decisions…
  • Key team members lose track of project flow and who is responsible for doing what…
  • Task ownership handoffs get missed completely...
And too often, you end up redoing the work yourself to ensure that it’s done right...

It feels sloppy, and you just wish there was a way to engage your employees to build teams that are connected, supportive, and get optimum results. It’s affecting your company culture, and you worry that clients will start to notice.

It’s even more true when everyone is working remotely, and you can’t shout down the hall or pop into someone’s office. 

You know you have great people on your team, you just wish you could help them work together more effectively.

You just don’t know how to build an agile project team...and you’re exhausted and burned out.

You are not alone in your frustration or burnout…

You are not alone in your frustration or burnout…

According to a 2017 study by Kronos and Future Workplace, employee burnout is the biggest threat to workforce engagement…
…and with 67% of workers feeling burned out at least some of the time, if not most of it, it’s a no-brainer that your team feels the same way.
According to a 2017 study by Kronos and Future Workplace, employee burnout is the biggest threat to workforce engagement…
…and with 67% of workers feeling burned out at least some of the time, if not most of it, it’s a no-brainer that your team feels the same way.

But there’s ANOTHER reason you are struggling to build an asynchronous team and it's not just because you’re burnt out with too much on your plate. The real reason is that your team isn’t doing three ESSENTIAL things that lead to greater efficiency and higher productivity.

01

They don’t lean on one 
another’s strengths.

It’s all too easy to focus on your job and what you do best. That is, after all, why you get paid the big bucks. However, when you and your team pay attention to what one another does well and where they’re struggling, it’s easier to adjust the project based on the skillset of the team so that your projects keep moving and get optimal results.

02

They don’t know how to have fun.

Everyone gets a case of the Mondays from time to time, but going into work shouldn’t feel like a drag. When your team is accountable and trusts one another, they have a more positive mindset and more productive. Teams that get the best results tend to enjoy working together too.

03

They aren’t growing their individual strengths.

It’s all too easy to get comfortable with your routine. After all, a routine can be a very good thing, but it can also stifle individual development. When you encourage and reward your team for finding small ways to build their individual skills, they’re more likely to innovate and think outside the box. Even small individual improvements can make a huge impact on the whole team’s productivity and success.

04

They aren’t helping one another grow.

When team members feel like everything is a competition, they are less likely to share knowledge with one another. Instead, when you prioritize emotional and conversational intelligence, your team is more open to teaching one another and growing as a team. A rising tide lifts all ships, and teams that embrace supporting one another tend to focus more on the overarching project goals and get better results.

But there’s ANOTHER reason you are struggling to build an asynchronous team, and it's not just because you’re burnt out with too much on your plate. The real reason is that your team isn’t doing four ESSENTIAL things that lead to greater efficiency and higher productivity.

01

They don’t lean on one another’s strengths.

It’s all too easy to focus on your job and what you do best. That is, after all, why you get paid the big bucks. However, when you and your team pay attention to what one another does well and where they’re struggling, it’s easier to adjust the project based on the skillset of the team so that your projects keep moving and get optimal results.

02

They don’t know how to have fun.

Everyone gets a case of the Mondays from time to time, but going into work shouldn’t feel like a drag. When your team is accountable and trusts one another, they have a more positive mindset and are more productive. Teams that get the best results tend to enjoy working together too.

03

They aren’t growing their individual strengths.

It’s all too easy to get comfortable with your routine. After all, a routine can be a very good thing, but it can also stifle individual development. When you encourage and reward your team for finding small ways to build their individual skills, they’re more likely to innovate and think outside the box. Even small individual improvements can make a huge impact on the whole team’s productivity and success.

04

They aren’t helping one another grow.

When team members feel like everything is a competition, they are less likely to share knowledge with one another. Instead, when you prioritize emotional and conversational intelligence, your team is more open to teaching one another and growing as a team. A rising tide lifts all ships, and teams that embrace supporting one another tend to focus more on the overarching project goals and get better results.

Even though it may seem impossible to develop connected and agile teams that work well together, are open to feedback, and genuinely want to support one another’s growth, there is good news…

...you can get more done in less time without the stress or overwhelm.

Hi, I’m Gerald Leonard.

I know your struggles as a team leader because I’ve been there myself more times than I can count in my 20+ years as a project manager for multinational corporations, Fortune 500 companies, State and Federal Government, as well as DOD agencies.

I know that you’re stressed, overwhelmed, and wanting more...and I want to help you and your team reduce the frustration and grow your efficiency and get better results.

My unique lens as both a professional bassist and seasoned business management consultant means that my approach ties deeply into my lifelong experience in both the music and business worlds.

Over the years, music has played a huge role in my entire life, teaching me, among other things, the discipline of practice, playing fairly with friends, how to listen, how to connect with others, and how to have fun.

As a consultant helping businesses of all sizes solve problems with efficiency and productivity, I focus most often on cultural adjustments like improving understanding and communication than on sweeping organizational changes.
One day, I noticed that the teams who adapted best to change had one thing in common— an agile mindset. As I started exploring what that meant, I realized that these strong teams also have some surprising parallels with the best jazz ensembles I’ve played with, so I started digging deeper.

What I discovered is this...in both agile teams and jazz ensembles, each person plays a valuable role, and they’re each good at what they do. The similarities go even deeper as both groups also excel in listening, improvising, and adjusting for better collaboration, and achieving peak performance.

So I got to work. I identified nine key areas where business leaders can learn from jazz ensembles to build an agile team...and I started incorporating these training strategies into my consulting practice with IMMEDIATE RESULTS.

And, Workplace Jazz was born. I designed the IMPROVISE framework to start building more engaged and increasingly agile teams almost overnight. 
They streamline their work, overcome burnout, keep a better eye on the overarching project goals, and get more done faster.

As the founder of the Leonard Productivity Intelligence Institute, I teach my clients behind-the-scenes secrets of jazz musicians to innovate, improvise, and collaborate. And, I’ve helped hundreds of leaders just like you learn strategies to help their team achieve peak performance again and again.

And, now you can have access to this unique, successful approach to developing a healthier company culture that integrates productivity, workplace culture, music, and neuroscience. You can take your team from burned out, disjointed, and going through the motions to fully aligned, flexible, and having an agile mindset.

And, you can regain your sense of purpose, create a healthier and more productive workplace culture, and achieve more in less time.

Hi, I’m Gerald Leonard.

I know your struggles as a team leader because I’ve been there myself more times than I can count in my 20+ years as a project manager for multinational corporations, Fortune 500 companies, State and Federal Government, as well as DOD agencies. I'm also an author of two workplace culture books -Culture Is The Bass and Workplace Jazz.

I know that you’re stressed, overwhelmed, and wanting more...and I want to help you and your team reduce the frustration and grow your efficiency and get better results.

My unique lens as both a professional bassist and seasoned business management consultant means that my approach ties deeply into my lifelong experience in both the music and business worlds.

Over the years, music has played a huge role in my entire life, teaching me, among other things, the discipline of practice, playing fairly with friends, how to listen, how to connect with others, and how to have fun.
As a consultant helping businesses of all sizes solve problems with efficiency and productivity, I focus most often on cultural adjustments like improving understanding and communication than on sweeping organizational changes.

One day, I noticed that the teams who adapted best to change had one thing in common— an agile mindset. As I started exploring what that meant, I realized that these strong teams also have some surprising parallels with the best jazz ensembles I’ve played with, so I started digging deeper.

What I discovered is this...in both agile teams and jazz ensembles, each person plays a valuable role, and they’re each good at what they do. The similarities go even deeper as both groups also excel in listening, improvising, and adjusting for better collaboration, and achieving peak performance.

So I got to work. I identified nine key areas where business leaders can learn from jazz ensembles to build an agile team...and I started incorporating these training strategies into my consulting practice with IMMEDIATE RESULTS.

And, Workplace Jazz was born. I designed the IMPROVISE framework to start building more engaged and increasingly agile teams almost overnight. 
They streamline their work, overcome burnout, keep a better eye on the overarching project goals, and get more done faster.

As the founder of the Leonard Productivity Intelligence Institute, I teach my clients behind-the-scenes secrets of jazz musicians to innovate, improvise, and collaborate. And, I’ve helped hundreds of leaders just like you learn strategies to help their team achieve peak performance again and again.

And, now you can have access to this unique, successful approach to developing a healthier company culture that integrates productivity, workplace culture, music, and neuroscience. You can take your team from burned out, disjointed, and going through the motions to fully aligned, flexible, and having an agile mindset.

And, you can regain your sense of purpose, create a healthier and more productive workplace culture, and achieve more in less time. 

Workplace Jazz

A course designed to help your teams become successful agile transformation project teams using the IMPROVISE framework to grow and get into a state of flow while building strong interpersonal connections.

8 Learning Modules

15 Videos

26 Tools and Exercises

An Exclusive Social Community

Q&A Calls

Workplace Jazz

A course designed to help your teams become successful agile transformation project teams using the IMPROVISE framework to grow and get into a state of flow while building strong interpersonal connections.

Here’s How It All Breaks Down:

In this module, we’ll explore how what’s happening in your brain is impacting your performance ---and that of your team. We’ll dig into the neuroscience of where your brain is less stressed and more impactful and set the stage for why neuroscience is important to the Workplace Jazz framework.

We’ll use the following tools:

  • A Neuroscience Lesson, so that you can understand the effects of dopamine and cortisol on your productivity and how your self-awareness can affect your performance
  • ​A Stress vs Happiness Handout, so that you can understand how individual stress and happiness levels contribute to team performance

Here’s How It All Breaks Down:

In this module, we’ll explore how what’s happening in your brain is impacting your performance ---and that of your team. We’ll dig into the neuroscience of where your brain is less stressed and more impactful and set the stage for why neuroscience is important to the Workplace Jazz framework.

We’ll use the following tools:

  • A Neuroscience Lesson, so that you can understand the effects of dopamine and cortisol on your productivity and how your self-awareness can affect your performance
  • ​A Stress vs Happiness Handout, so that you can understand how individual stress and happiness levels contribute to team performance
Individual performance impacts group performance. To truly be a high performing collaborator, you need to understand your own role in the team’s success, how you communicate, and where the gaps are. When you are competent and doing your best, you can take the next steps to create an agile team by focusing on and listening to others. In this module, you’ll learn how to align your team’s goals with the organization’s goals and reflect on what to measure to become a high-performing team. This module really gets to the heart of real listening and bringing out the best in others. You’ll learn how to adopt a We-mindset rather than just an I-mindset, so you can all perform harmoniously.

We’ll use the following videos and tools:

  • he Getting Results Starts With Measurement Video, so that you can understand how individual performance impacts group performance, and begin defining what you’re measuring and what you need to know about your team
  • The Measure What Matters Video, so that you can identify your core objectives and key results (OKRs) and then use an incremental approach to implementing an agile mindset and measuring change
  • The Success Culture Wheel Gap Self-Assessment, so that you can evaluate your performance, stress, and how you fit in with the team in order to identify what you want— and need— to learn
  • The Know Your Key Capability Exercise, so that you can discover where your strengths lie within your organization, work within your team, and identify where to deepen your competencies
  • The Understanding OKRs Worksheet, so that you can clearly identify your objectives and key results
  • ​A Facilitator Guide to OKRs, so that you can walk your team through the concepts of OKRs to help them benefit from the principles you are learning
Individual performance impacts group performance. To truly be a high performing collaborator, you need to understand your own role in the team’s success, how you communicate, and where the gaps are. When you are competent and doing your best, you can take the next steps to create an agile team by focusing on and listening to others. In this module, you’ll learn how to align your team’s goals with the organization’s goals and reflect on what to measure to become a high-performing team. This module really gets to the heart of real listening and bringing out the best in others. You’ll learn how to adopt a We-mindset rather than just an I-mindset, so you can all perform harmoniously.

We’ll use the following videos and tools:

  • The Getting Results Starts With Measurement Video, so that you can understand how individual performance impacts group performance, and begin defining what you’re measuring and what you need to know about your team
  • The Measure What Matters Video, so that you can identify your core objectives and key results (OKRs) and then use an incremental approach to implementing an agile mindset and measuring change
  • The Success Culture Wheel Gap Self-Assessment, so that you can evaluate your performance, stress, and how you fit in with the team in order to identify what you want— and need— to learn
  • The Know Your Key Capability Exercise, so that you can discover where your strengths lie within your organization, work within your team, and identify where to deepen your competencies
  • The Understanding OKRs Worksheet, so that you can clearly identify your objectives and key results
  • ​A Facilitator Guide to OKRs, so that you can walk your team through the concepts of OKRs to help them benefit from the principles you are learning
In this module, we’ll explore how lifelong learning helps you adapt, grow, and improve your approach and your performance. We’ll dig into the neuroscience of deliberate practice and the concept of kata— a method of learning from martial arts that involves attention, rehearsal, and repetition— to help you develop a new level of thinking that will help you break through your plateaus. You’ll recognize what you need to do and who you need to help to improve the team’s performance and ultimately, move forward in your career.

We’ll use the following videos and tools:

  • The Mindset of Continual Improvement Video, so that you can begin to understand how lifelong learning contributes to your continued success and strengthens your position within a team
  • ​The Career Aspiration Model Exercise, so that you can set a vision for your next steps by studying the profile of someone you admire to see the steps they’ve taken
  • The Finding Common Grounds Facilitator Activity, so that you can demonstrate the principles of deliberate practice to your team
In this module, we’ll explore how lifelong learning helps you adapt, grow, and improve your approach and your performance. We’ll dig into the neuroscience of deliberate practice and the concept of kata— a method of learning from martial arts that involves attention, rehearsal, and repetition— to help you develop a new level of thinking that will help you break through your plateaus. You’ll recognize what you need to do and who you need to help to improve the team’s performance and ultimately, move forward in your career.

We’ll use the following videos and tools:

  • The Mindset of Continual Improvement Video, so that you can begin to understand how lifelong learning contributes to your continued success and strengthens your position within a team
  • ​The Career Aspiration Model Exercise, so that you can set a vision for your next steps by studying the profile of someone you admire to see the steps they’ve taken
  • The Finding Common Grounds Facilitator Activity, so that you can demonstrate the principles of deliberate practice to your team
In this module, we’ll explore how although your brain is wired for negativity, you can model a high-performing positive attitude to help you encourage yourself and others. We’ll dig into the neuroscience behind positive thinking to take away strategies for self-reflection and interacting with negative people to create a healthier workplace culture. We’ll touch again on the all-important skill of listening.

We’ll use the following videos and tools:

  • The What I Have to Contribute Video, so that you can learn how to continue growing the value of your contribution as you grow your strengths
  • The Brain Science of Negativity Video, so that you can learn how our brains are hardwired for negativity for survival and self-reflect on what makes you contribute and what makes you combative to be a more positive influence in your life and your team
  • The Ability to Listen Video, so that you can relearn how to listen, what to listen for, and watch for negativity in others
  • Am I Positive? Exercise, so that you can evaluate your attitude
  • The 8 Ways to Model High-Performing Positive Attitude Playbook, so that you can explore ideas for personally showcasing positivity so you won’t let the team down
  • ​The How to Have an Encouraging Conversation with a Negative Person Tip Sheet, so that you can proactively choose constructive and encouraging dialogue and have a positive influence on someone who may be mired in negativity
  • ​The Active Listening Guidelines, so that you can gain tips and tricks while gaining a deeper understanding of what is happening in your brain during active listening
  • The Active Listening Facilitator’s Guide, so that you can share active listening information and exercises with your team
In this module, we’ll explore how although your brain is wired for negativity, you can model a high-performing positive attitude to help you encourage yourself and others. We’ll dig into the neuroscience behind positive thinking to take away strategies for self-reflection and interacting with negative people to create a healthier workplace culture. We’ll touch again on the all-important skill of listening.

We’ll use the following videos and tools:

  • The What I Have to Contribute Video, so that you can learn how to continue growing the value of your contribution as you grow your strengths
  • The Brain Science of Negativity Video, so that you can learn how our brains are hardwired for negativity for survival and self-reflect on what makes you contribute and what makes you combative to be a more positive influence in your life and your team
  • The Ability to Listen Video, so that you can relearn how to listen, what to listen for, and watch for negativity in others
  • Am I Positive? Exercise, so that you can evaluate your attitude
  • The 8 Ways to Model High-Performing Positive Attitude Playbook, so that you can explore ideas for personally showcasing positivity so you won’t let the team down
  • ​The How to Have an Encouraging Conversation with a Negative Person Tip Sheet, so that you can proactively choose constructive and encouraging dialogue and have a positive influence on someone who may be mired in negativity
  • The Active Listening Guidelines and Facilitator Guide, so that you can gain tips and tricks while gaining a deeper understanding of what is happening in your brain during active listening. We’ll also show you how to share active listening information and exercises with your team.
In this module, we’ll explore how to manage risks to impact your personal and team performance. You’ll discover a few simple techniques that help you mitigate your risk and capture your desired rewards, including why developing a safe space through conversational intelligence is important to agile team performance. This module will help you learn to manage unrealistic expectations and what to do when your amygdala gets hijacked by the pressures and demands of your boss, client, or team member. Finally, we’ll cover how to identify potential risks to take in our own personal development to maximize your performance.

We’ll use the following videos and tools:

  • Expectations, Triggers, and the Unrelenting Boss Video, so that you can understand how to manage unrealistic expectations and your own stress response to stay in the neutral zone and work together more effectively and productively
  • ​The Is The Reward Worth the Risk? Video, so that you can identify risks, evaluate their potential reward, and have the confidence to take a chance to achieve higher performance levels
  • The Conversational Intelligence Video, so that you can learn the value of understanding the needs and aspirations of others to create a safe space for people to feel they belong
  • ​The Amygdala Hijack Self-Evaluation, so that you can find your “fight or flight” triggers and learn how to adjust
  • The Managing Expectations of the Unrelenting Boss Playbook, so that you can learn more effective communication strategies to maintain high performance
In this module, we’ll explore how to manage risks to impact your personal and team performance. You’ll discover a few simple techniques that help you mitigate your risk and capture your desired rewards, including why developing a safe space through conversational intelligence is important to agile team performance. This module will help you learn to manage unrealistic expectations and what to do when your amygdala gets hijacked by the pressures and demands of your boss, client, or team member. Finally, we’ll cover how to identify potential risks to take in our own personal development to maximize your performance.

We’ll use the following videos and tools:

  • Expectations, Triggers, and the Unrelenting Boss Video, so that you can understand how to manage unrealistic expectations and your own stress response to stay in the neutral zone and work together more effectively and productively
  • ​The Reward Worth the Risk? Video, so that you can identify risks, evaluate their potential reward, and have the confidence to take a chance to achieve higher performance levels
  • The Conversational Intelligence Video, so that you can learn the value of understanding the needs and aspirations of others to create a safe space for people to feel they belong
  • ​The Amygdala Hijack Self-Evaluation, so that you can find your “fight or flight” triggers and learn how to adjust
  • The Managing Expectations of the Unrelenting Boss Playbook, so that you can learn more effective communication strategies to maintain high performance
In this module, we’ll explore what it means to be open to feedback and how to use visualization to expand your horizon. We’ll dig into the importance of developing a regular feedback loop, ideas for developing a new vision, and the neuroscience of how the reticular activating system makes you stand up and take notice of your vision and goals.

We’ll use the following videos and tools:

  • The Be Open to Feedback Video, so that you can embrace feedback rather than receiving it as an attack, and find the gold in the truth
  • The Visualization Video, so that you can expand your horizon, see the good in feedback from others, and expand your vision for yourself
  • Developing a Regular Feedback Loop Checklist, so that you can identify who to get feedback from and use a Johari window to understand your existing strengths and relationships
  • A Visualization Ideas Worksheet, so that you can create a vision board with positive affirmations
  • The 10 Ways That Visualizing Improves Results Handout, so that you can understand the power of visualization and gain ideas for building a more expansive vision for yourself
  • The Athlete Success Quotient Case Study, so that you can see how even people at the top of their career and game employ feedback to continually improve
  • The Group Vision Facilitator Guide, so that you can work with your team to create a group vision based on a specific project or set of ideal results
In this module, we’ll explore what it means to be open to feedback and how to use visualization to expand your horizon. We’ll dig into the importance of developing a regular feedback loop, ideas for developing a new vision, and the neuroscience of how the reticular activating system makes you stand up and take notice of your vision and goals.

We’ll use the following videos and tools:

  • The Be Open to Feedback Video, so that you can embrace feedback rather than receiving it as an attack, and find the gold in the truth
  • The Visualization Video, so that you can expand your horizon, see the good in feedback from others, and expand your vision for yourself
  • Developing a Regular Feedback Loop Checklist, so that you can identify who to get feedback from and use a Johari window to understand your existing strengths and relationships
  • A Visualization Ideas Worksheet, so that you can create a vision board with positive affirmations
  • The 10 Ways That Visualizing Improves Results Handout, so that you can understand the power of visualization and gain ideas for building a more expansive vision for yourself
  • The Group Vision Facilitator Guide, so that you can work with your team to create a group vision based on a specific project or set of ideal results
In this module, we’ll explore the neuroscience of support, the importance of asking for help when needed, and how to create an environment where team members feel safe asking questions. We’ll dig into how helping others helps you, learn strategies for supporting others from world-class musicians, and identify where you can offer support and where you need it to create a more effective team.

We’ll use the following videos and tools:

  • The Neuroscience of Support Video, so that you understand how helping others helps you gain more joy and live a healthier life
  • ​The Find Your Groove Video, so that you can identify how you can support others, work with the natural ebb and flow of teamwork, trust the process, and create a healthier team culture where it’s safe to ask for support
  • The Find Your Groove Exercise, so that you can identify where you can offer support, where you need support, and how to create a more supportive environment
  • ​The How to Make Surrender to Support Your Philosophy Handout, so that you can start recognizing where you need support and feeling confident asking for it
  • A Surrender to Support Facilitator Guide, so that you can foster an environment of trust where people feel comfortable asking for help when they need it
In this module, we’ll explore the neuroscience of support, the importance of asking for help when needed, and how to create an environment where team members feel safe asking questions. We’ll dig into how helping others helps you, learn strategies for supporting others from world-class musicians, and identify where you can offer support and where you need it to create a more effective team.

We’ll use the following videos and tools:

  • The Neuroscience of Support Video, so that you understand how helping others helps you gain more joy and live a healthier life
  • ​The Find Your Groove Video, so that you can identify how you can support others, work with the natural ebb and flow of teamwork, trust the process, and create a healthier team culture where it’s safe to ask for support
  • The Find Your Groove Exercise, so that you can identify where you can offer support, where you need support, and how to create a more supportive environment
  • ​The How to Make Surrender to Support Your Philosophy Handout, so that you can start recognizing where you need support and feeling confident asking for it
  • A Surrender to Support Facilitators Playbook, so that you can foster an environment of trust where people feel comfortable asking for help when they need it
In this module, we’ll show you how to start putting what you’ve learned into practice in your life and career as well as that of your team. We’ll dive deep into the value of meditation for improving your performance, identify examples of peak performers, and explore the paradox of slowing down to speed up.

We’ll use the following videos and tools:

  • The Brain Science of Excellence Video, so that you can understand the true power of meditation and start learning how to process to achieve peak performance
  • The Become a Peak Performer Video, so that you can see examples of peak performers, learn to measure brain performance, and understand the effect of music on calming the brain
  • The Meditation Resource List, so that you can build an effective meditation practice
  • The Goal Planning Worksheet, so that you can use what you’ve learned about neuroscience to map out a plan to achieve the goals you set earlier in the course
  • The Goal Planning Worksheet, so that you can use what you’ve learned about neuroscience to map out a plan to achieve the goals you set earlier in the course
In this module, we’ll show you how to start putting what you’ve learned into practice in your life and career as well as that of your team. We’ll dive deep into the value of meditation for improving your performance, identify examples of peak performers, and explore the paradox of slowing down to speed up.

We’ll use the following videos and tools:

  • The Brain Science of Excellence Video, so that you can understand the true power of meditation and start learning how to process to achieve peak performance
  • The Become a Peak Performer Video, so that you can see examples of peak performers, learn to measure brain performance, and understand the effect of music on calming the brain
  • The Meditation Resource List, so that you can build an effective meditation practice
  • The Goal Planning Worksheet, so that you can use what you’ve learned about neuroscience to map out a plan to achieve the goals you set earlier in the course
  • The Engage the Brain for Peak Performance Facilitator’s Guide, so that you can lead your team in an exercise to help them engage their brains

PLUS...get these bonuses when you join now!

Bonus 01

Access to an exclusive  
online community!

When you can connect with others who share your struggles or who have been there before, you can learn from one another’s experiences and grow together!

Bonus 02

A Q&A Call

Ask me anything about course materials so that you can problem-solve and implement actionable strategies even faster.


Bonus 03

Whole Brain Integration Guidelines

Whole Brain Integration is the secret to peak performance, and these guidelines give you tips and strategies to achieve whole-brain integration, which will have you working less and achieving more.

Bonus 04

Exclusive Access to A Music Track

Music has the power to calm the brain and help you achieve more. Get access to an exclusive music track by a world-class professional musician dedicated to your success.

PLUS...get these bonuses when you join now!

Bonus 01

Access to an Exclusive  
Online Community

When you can connect with others who share your struggles or who have been there before, you can learn from one another’s experiences and grow together!

Bonus 02

A Q&A Call

Ask me anything about course materials so that you can problem-solve and implement actionable strategies even faster.


Bonus 03

Whole Brain Integration Guidelines

Whole Brain Integration is the secret to peak performance, and these guidelines give you tips and strategies to achieve whole-brain integration, which will have you working less and achieving more.

Bonus 04

Exclusive Access to A Music Track

Music has the power to calm the brain and help you achieve more. Get access to an exclusive music track by a world-class professional musician dedicated to your success.

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Here’s everything included in Workplace Jazz!

Eight modules
  • All About The Brain Science Introductory Module
  • Measuring To Improve
  • Mindset of Continual Improvement
  • Cultivating a Positive Attitude..
  • Risk to Reward: Learning How to Manage External Factors
  • Open to Feedback to Visualize Growth
  • Surrender to Support
  • Excellence in Execution
15 videos 
  • Getting Results Starts With Measurement Video
  • Measure What Matters Video
  • The Mindset of Continual Improvement Video
  • Contribute What I Have Inside of Me Video
  • Brain Science of Negativity Video
  • Ability to Listen Video
  • Expectations, Triggers, and the Unrelenting Boss Video
  • Is The Reward Worth the Risk? Video
  • Conversational Intelligence Video
  • Be Open to Feedback Video
  • Visualization Video
  • Neuroscience of Support Video
  • Find Your Groove Video
  • Brain Science of Excellence Video
  • Become a Peak Performer Video
26 tools and exercises
  • Introductory Neuroscience Lesson
  • Stress vs Happiness Handout
  • Success Culture Wheel Gap Self-Assessment
  • Know Your Key Capability Exercise
  • Understanding OKRs Worksheet
  • Facilitator Guide to OKRs
  • Career Aspiration Model Exercise
  • Finding Common Grounds Facilitator Activity
  • Am I Positive? Exercise
  • 8 Ways to Model High-Performing Positive Attitude Playbook
  • How to Have an Encouraging Conversation with a Negative Person Tip Sheet
  • Active Listening Guidelines
  • Active Listening Facilitator’s Guide
  • Amygdala Hijack Self-Evaluation
  • Managing Expectations of the Unrelenting Boss Playbook
  • Developing a Regular Feedback Loop Checklist
  • Visualization Ideas Worksheet
  • 10 Ways That Visualizing Improves Results Handout
  • Athlete Success Quotient Case Study
  • Group Vision Facilitator Guide
  • Find Your Groove Exercise
  • How to Make Surrender to Support Your Philosophy Handout
  • Surrender to Support Facilitator Guide
  • Meditation Resource List
  • Goal Planning Worksheet
  • Engage the Brain for Peak Performance Facilitator’s Guide

Whew! That’s a lot of value.
 Need a recap?

Here’s everything included in Workplace Jazz!

Eight modules
  • All About The Brain Science Introductory Module
  • Measuring To Improve
  • Mindset of Continual Improvement
  • Cultivating a Positive Attitude

  • Risk to Reward: Learning How to Manage External Factors
  • Open to Feedback to Visualize Growth
  • Surrender to Support
  • Excellence in Execution
15 videos 
  • Getting Results Starts With Measurement Video
  • Measure What Matters Video
  • The Mindset of Continual Improvement Video
  • Contribute What I Have Inside of Me Video
  • Brain Science of Negativity Video
  • Ability to Listen Video
  • Expectations, Triggers, and the Unrelenting Boss Video
  • Is The Reward Worth the Risk? Video

  • Conversational Intelligence Video
  • Be Open to Feedback Video
  • Visualization Video
  • Neuroscience of Support Video
  • Find Your Groove Video
  • Brain Science of Excellence Video
  • Become a Peak Performer Video
24 tools and exercises
  • Introductory Neuroscience Lesson
  • Stress vs Happiness Handout
  • Success Culture Wheel Gap Self-Assessment
  • Know Your Key Capability Exercise
  • Understanding OKRs Worksheet
  • Facilitator Guide to OKRs
  • Career Aspiration Model Exercise
  • Finding Common Grounds Facilitator Activity
  • Am I Positive? Exercise
  • 8 Ways to Model High-Performing Positive Attitude Playbook
  • How to Have an Encouraging Conversation with a Negative Person Tip Sheet
  • Active Listening Guidelines and Facilitator’s Guide

  • Amygdala Hijack Self-Evaluation
  • Managing Expectations of the Unrelenting Boss Playbook
  • Developing a Regular Feedback Loop Checklist
  • Visualization Ideas Worksheet
  • 10 Ways That Visualizing Improves Results Handout
  • Group Vision Facilitator Guide
  • Find Your Groove Exercise
  • How to Make Surrender to Support Your Philosophy Handout
  • Surrender to Support Facilitators Playbook
  • Meditation Resource List
  • Goal Planning Worksheet
  • Engage the Brain for Peak Performance Facilitator’s Guide

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  • 26 tools and exercises to help you rediscover your passion and motivate your team
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  • 15 videos
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  • Online community
  • Q&A calls

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Your experience starts immediately, once you click the "Join Now" button below, you'll be taken to our secure checkout. When you register, you'll receive an email confirming your registration. Your email will include instructions on how to access your learning portal. If you have any questions along the way, our team is here to help you get access to the content and ensure you get the most out of the program.

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  • Eight (8) modules
  • 15 videos
  • 24 tools and exercises to help you rediscover your passion and motivate your team

$797

OR

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Gold

  • Eight (8) modules
  • 15 videos
  • 24 tools and exercises to help you rediscover your passion and motivate your team
  • Online community

$897

OR

3 payments of $328 

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  • 15 videos
  • 24 tools and exercises to help you rediscover your passion and motivate your team
  • Online community
  • Q&A calls

$1197

OR

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  • 15 videos
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Testimonials

“Workplace Jazz has a universal theme and will appeal to those in music and in business. As a drummer, who’s performed with Gerald, I feel this comparison between jazz musicians and agile teams makes for a great read. The insights in the book will teach you how to create a high-performing team. Bravo Gerald!”
Bill Cates, CSP, CPAE,
Author of Radical Relevance
“Creating a high-performing team is key to any business, game, or sport. Workplace Jazz shows you how to do it by demonstrating world-class musicians using their talents and skills to build great teams. Gerald makes it plain and clear how we can adapt the concepts, principles, and practices of these great jazz musicians to build world-class high-performing teams in our organizations. I’m immensely glad that Gerald has published his unique and fresh insights towards the much-studied field of building high-performing agile teams.”
Yu-kai Chou, International Keynote Speaker on Gamification & Behavioral Design,
Creator of the Octalysis Framework
“Jazz is a beautiful metaphor for work as it should be, and this is a beautiful, practical book about how to create a high-performance team and have fun along the way.”
Peter Cook Chairperson,
Thought Leaders


Testimonials

“Workplace Jazz has a universal theme and will appeal to those in music and in business. As a drummer, who’s performed with Gerald, I feel this comparison between jazz musicians and agile teams makes for a great read. The insights in the book will teach you how to create a high-performing team. Bravo Gerald!”
Bill Cates, CSP, CPAE,
Author of Radical Relevance
“Creating a high-performing team is key to any business, game, or sport. Workplace Jazz shows you how to do it by demonstrating world-class musicians using their talents and skills to build great teams. Gerald makes it plain and clear how we can adapt the concepts, principles, and practices of these great jazz musicians to build world-class high-performing teams in our organizations. I’m immensely glad that Gerald has published his unique and fresh insights towards the much-studied field of building high-performing agile teams.”
Yu-kai Chou, International Keynote Speaker on Gamification & Behavioral Design,
Creator of the Octalysis Framework

“Jazz is a beautiful metaphor for work as it should be, and this is a beautiful, practical book about how to create a high-performance team and have fun along the way.”
Peter Cook Chairperson,
Thought Leaders


30-Day No-Risk Guarantee

30-Day No-Risk Guarantee

If after 30 days, you are not satisfied with the coursework for any reason, simply contact our team at e-learning@workplace-jazz.com with proof you’ve put in the work, and I’ll offer you a full refund.

Frequently Asked Questions

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When will I have access to the material?

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You’ll have immediate access to the Introductory Module and Module 1, as soon as you join the program. The remaining modules will be released each week. You will have forever access to the course materials.

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How much time should we set aside per week?

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Every individual will go at their own pace, but you should expect to set aside 2-3 hours per week to complete each module.

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How do I ask questions or get feedback during the program?

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Simply send an email to e-learning@workplace-jazz.com and we’re happy to help.

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 How long is the program?

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The program is 8 modules.

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Why I Want This For You

You can feel fulfilled at work, you can work less and get more done, and you can show your team how to work together like a well-oiled machine. You just need a small push, a dash of strategy, and a bit of neuroscience to get there. I believe in you, I believe in your team, and I believe that you know what is possible if you take the leap!
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