At the Forefront

At TeamTech, we’re always looking ahead. Our goal is to bring the latest thinking to our work so you have access to the most innovative ways to uncover challenges, solve problems – and move your teams and ideas forward together.

Here are just a few of the creative ways we’ve worked with our clients:

Everyone A Leader Workshops

We strongly believe that everyone can – and should – lead from where they are. At TeamTech, we see leadership as a way to work not a title to hold. We inspire teams to understand the value of empowering their co-workers to bring their best selves to work every day. Learn more.

Making Dollars and Sense 

When you infuse creative thinking into a common problem, you’ll end up with new solutions. Our specialty: Seeing both the big picture and the small details. That holistic view allows us to solve problems in new ways. Find out how we used that approach to save organizations a lot of money.

JoCo Juvenile Cross-System Collaboration

We brought dozens of people from a range of professions together to map out the path youth take through our juvenile justice system. Our goal was to find the earliest point we could, as a community, intervene in a child’s life to prevent later involvement in the judicial system. Learn more.


Download: Moving the Neuroscience of Trauma Into Action


Download the Fall 2018 article: By Building Healthy Brains, We Build Healthy Communities: What Physicians Can Do

Moving the Neuroscience of Trauma Into Action

Our understanding of the impact early trauma has on brain development is evolving at a rapid pace. We know now that – unless addressed – early adverse experiences pave the way for a range of struggles later, from substance abuse to crime. See how communities can apply this knowledge in programs that build resiliency and promote healing.


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Remarkably Resilient

Silent No More. Remarkably Resilient, Community Matters includes the stories of hurting from incest and abuse as well as moves to healing and helping by sharing the neuroscience of trauma and resilience, providing reflections on your own resilience and guidance on how Community Matters in the healing process.

The three Harnish sisters (one is a co-founder of TeamTech) continue to present on their story of hurting-to-healing-to-helping from childhood incest and abuse. In 2020 they were the keynote presenters at the Association of Community Mental Health Centers of Kansas annual conference and presented a large breakout session at the Kansas Governor’s Conference for the Prevention of Child Abuse and Neglect. They also presented to the Sarasota Strong Community Trauma-Informed group in August which has led to them providing quarterly workshops for Resilient Retreat. Click here for their March, June and October workshops. They also are the guest lived experience speakers at the Johnson County Trauma 101 workshop held quarterly. If you would like more information on our presentations and workshops, please contact Kathleen Harnish McKune or 913-706-8797.

Watch our August 24th, 2020 presentation as we discuss Remarkably Resilient at an SRQ Strong Virtual Community Event.

Click here to contact the authors of Remarkably Resilient if you would like to share your stories or schedule a presentation or workshop.