Team coaching is a necessary requirement for a group of talented individuals to become even more effective through working as a team.
This comes about by developing collective leadership based on a shared purpose. It is completely normal to experience personal differences and disagreements within a group. Part of team coaching is to work through these to the point where opinions can be shared without causing conflict.
Teams are multi-faceted and those who make up the group work hard to value their differences and draw on their strengths to move forward.
When the individuals in a leadership team work together in a joined-up way it creates a joined-up organisation, all working together to deliver the desired results.
As a team coach I help leadership teams to:
My approach to team coaching is:
Real it is applied to real situations and includes real time coaching/observation.
Integrated works with the team both as a collective and as individuals.
Systemic situates your collective leadership in the context of the wider system and your impact on key stakeholders.
Expectations includes a measurement process that tracks your desired changes and outcomes to ensure a return on expectations for the team, its key stakeholders and the organisation.
An effective and successful team needs continuous work and attention. But the payback is worth the effort as it results in:
This has a significant effect on the success of the business. The success of the team begins to be mirrored elsewhere in the organisation improving work rates, productivity, efficiency and overall happiness.