Workshop Overview

Teams perform at a higher level when they engage with a consistent process. Adopting that process requires an understanding buy-in for why you must have it and how to implement it for positive results. In this workshop — led by former University of Alabama football player Brandon Gibson, MA — we will investigate the five pillars of the team engagement process. After taking a deep dive into the process and learning how to apply it at work, your team will be better prepared to achieve results together.

Available Dates:

  • Custom training available on-site or via Zoom Livestream – On your schedule!


  • Custom pricing available.

Who Should Attend

Those who:

  • Work or interact in team/group settings
  • Are looking to overcome team difficulties, especially within mid-level and frontline

Workshop Outline

Title Overview
  • Know the meaning of discipline
  • Trust is key
  • Efficiency drives discipline
  • Transparency leads to relatability
  • Listen to be coachable
  • Communicate a clear vision
  • Take ownership of your actions
  • Anticipate being a leader
  • Develop good habits that drive positive results
  • Test your ambition
  • Measure performance
  • Evaluate yourself for strengths and weaknesses
  • Be dependable to do your job
  • Be conscientious of yourself and those around you
  • Have a sound mind
  • Focus on attention to detail
  • Start and understand your why
  • Demonstrate consistent action
  • Resiliency breeds success
  • Purpose gives work meaning
  • Show appreciation through your attitude
  • Submit to the mission
  • Create positive energy for a better team culture

Workshop Leads

Brandon Gibson

Brandon Gibson

A talented and devoted athlete, he has always savored the joy of being a champion. Gibson was a tri-sport athlete at UMS-Wright where he was a member of state championship teams in football as well as track & field. As a junior wide receiver at UMS, Gibson was voted team MVP and later named a permanent team captain for the Bulldogs. He was a top-5 football recruit within the state of Alabama. A few short months prior to his high school graduation, Gibson signed a scholarship with The University of Alabama.

Dr. Robert K. Prescott, SPHR, SHRM-SCP

Dr. Robert K. Prescott has spent twenty years in industry and as many years teaching in academic positions. He is currently Director-Corporate Engagement for The University of Alabama and has most recently served for sixteen years as Graduate Faculty of Management at the Crummer Graduate School of Business at Rollins College in Winter Park, Florida. His personal teaching expertise and research focuses on all aspects of human resource management, leadership, organization behavior, training and development and enterprise consulting. He is a native of Birmingham, Alabama, holds a B.S. in Marketing from The University of Alabama and a Ph.D. in Workforce Education and Development from The Pennsylvania State University.