Building Unity Book Tour
Book a SPARK Workshop for your team before October 15th and get 20 books for only $500 + HST + Shipping! PLUS you'll get an author-facilitated workshop - valued at $1500 - FREE!
Create a Culture of Innovation
Are you looking to build innovation into your culture?
In this virtual, interactive workshop, Mike Prosserman shares from his bestselling new book, “Building Unity”, how leaders and teams can establish innovation as a guiding value and build responsiveness into culture. Participants learn frameworks that encourage learning while doing, accountability, empowerment, and trust.
Mike’s workshop draws on real stories from his days of founding and growing an organization that raised over $7 million to reveal how design and adaptiveness, rooted in innovative team culture, can transform your outcomes and impact.
When your team registers we will ship you a copy of Mike’s bestselling book, “Building Unity” as a resource, case study and discussion starter leading up to the workshop.
What people are saying about "Building Unity":
“I don’t know Mike P. I don’t know Unity. But when I started reading this book I couldn’t stop. Ready to make your dent in the world but don’t know where to start? Right here. This book. I think it will leave you chomping at the bit to get going like it did for me.”
- Neil Pasricha, Author of THE BOOK OF AWESOME and host of 3 BOOKS podcast
"Building Unity" book description:
At age 16, Michael “Piecez” Prosserman, a professional b-boy (breakdancer), completed a high school project that would grow to become a hip-hop-inspired mental health charity with global reach. Through a process of continuous discovery and reflection, Prosserman and his team grew UNITY to the point where it benefited over a quarter of a million young people. In Building Unity, Prosserman breaks down the six steps to discovering responsible impact and building an organization that is growth-minded, values-based, and reflective of the needs of its community. Using stories of his own evolution, learning, and growth as a leader over 15 years, Prosserman parallels the creativity found in breakin with the innovation needed to build a sustainable non-profit.