What do great teams do that others don’t?
Fundamentally, high performing teams know how to connect, in specific ways that result in exceptional and measurable results.
As shown by extensive research, team performance depends only from:
– Communication quality, openness and the team’s desire for collective achievement
– Its capacity to practice active listening, cooperate and share, while recognizing others’ contributions.
– Its leader, as a pilot, representing both the team and the management
What team coaching will bring?
Through brief and dedicated team workshops, the team and the coach will:
– Observe both collective and individual barriers to lift them
– Observe the group’s dynamics including decision making processes, individual engagement level, conflict management preference, leadership styles, actual autonomy etc.
– Assess the team’s culture and be aware of each member’s role in the group (from M. Belbin’s group role theory)
– Detect power games and interrupt the dramatic triangle
– Build a new collective and federating vision
– Build mutual trust and understanding, fostering alignment
– Approach the corporate change or transition period to come (following a merger or acquisition for example) with confidence and detachment