Because it Takes a Team to Tango!

At Tango Training, we believe everything is about team building. No matter what you do in today’s business environment, it takes a high performance team to do it well.  Need more effective management?  Better customer service?  A stronger process for meetings?  A team that values diversity?  Tango Training can develop a customized program for your entire team.

So often we identify “needs improvement” areas in individuals and promptly send them off to training to “get fixed.”  At Tango Training, we believe that behavioral changes need to be approached with the entire team, so the team can develop and grow together and members can reinforce each others’ efforts to improve.

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From The Blog

  • Stories make us human

    Posted June 12th, 2016

    After reading a great article in Fortune Magazine by Geoff Colvin last winter, I finally read Colvin’s book, Humans Are Underrated.  He makes the case for the importance of soft skills as computers continue to replace humans in most technical roles, and my favorite part is the chapter on storytelling. As Colvin points out himself, the fact that humans are…

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  • People don’t buy what you do, they buy what you believe

    Posted February 26th, 2016

    Simon Sinek’s 2009 TED talk How Great Leaders Inspire Action has made lists of top leadership talks for years.  The essence of his talk is that people are inspired by the purpose of an organization rather than its value proposition.  He says, for example, that we buy Apple products not because they’re beautifully designed, but because Apple believes in challenging…

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  • The dangers of corporatese

    Posted December 13th, 2015

    I was reading a Fast Company Magazine interview with Sam Altman the other day, in which he was describing the founding of Y Combinator.  He said, “With VCs, there were all these terms that were deliberately obscuring what was going on, and I think they liked it that way.  Liquidation preferences and ratchets and anti-dilutions and drag-alongs and no-shops.  It…

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