Take your team performance to a new level

For any team to thrive in today’s unpredictable environment and deliver results, team members need to understand their purpose, have clarity on roles, trust one another, communicate productively, embrace and navigate conflict, make good and timely decisions, and more. It’s a lot to understand and address. Organisations tend to assume that a group of people will come together and naturally form an effective team, but it typically doesn’t happen that easily.


OUR  TEAM COACHING APPROACH

Our approach to team effectiveness makes a difference. As a result of our coaching your team will learn and experience how to operate more effectively together and achieve important results. We don’t do team building sessions that are forgotten when the day is over, or give lectures on team effectiveness. When we work with your team, we’re in the trenches with them, helping them see their strengths and unproductive patterns, learn core team skills, talk about the most important—and sometimes most uncomfortable—issues, and sustain the progress over time.

“Systemic team coaching is a process by which a team coach works in partnership with a whole team, both when they are together and when they are apart, in order to help them both improve their collective performance and how they work together, and also how they develop their collective leadership to more effectively engage with all their key stakeholder groups to jointly transform the wider business and co-create value for all their stakeholders.” (Peter Hawkins)

Building Trust in Teams

Lack of trust is the most common complaint we hear from teams. This is a problem we can help teams can solve.

Team assessment

A team assessment reveals why great people with good intentions aren’t producing desired results.

Customised Team Development

When a team needs to take it to the next level, or the barriers are numerous or unclear, customized team development generates results.

“Where team coaching does frequently deliver the goods is when:

  • A new team is being formed and needs to hit the ground running
  • A key team is not working as effectively as it could, and the team leader and team members agree that they want to do better
  • A long-established team has lost its sparkle and wants to regain it
  • A top team wants to become a role model for the rest of the organisation
  • What team coaching can do in all these cases is to re-energise, refocus and create collective habits of success.”   (David Clutterbuck)

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