Your business performance depends on quality teamwork, and it can be difficult to maintain the same quality if an employee is stretched too thin or dealing with team struggles that take away time from the team's goal.
Are more fully engaged in delivering results
Fully commit to strategies, decisions, and actions
Quickly build and sustain trusting relationships
Make better decisions through productive conflict
Can hold each other, as well as their stakeholders, accountable
Enable faster solution building
Team formation is both about a team’s purpose and the necessary skill sets to achieve that purpose. Get your team on the same page, get clear on the skill sets each member brings and establish team norms while building better trust and connections amongst team members.
Teaming is a verb. It requires action in the moment, like not holding back, driving productive conflict, bounding problems and critical thinking, strategizing clear shared goals as well as team decision making. A team coach helps team members improve through naming the unseen dynamics at play, pulling focus to adapt or improve team behaviors and challenge team levels of effort.
Many organizations are actually teams of teams who are active stakeholders to each other. Systemic team coaches work with teams individually to improve team rigor and success by addressing the whole system of teams at play. Teaming is a journey. Having a guide can change the experience for the better.
Team building does not happen in a day or at an off-site. Teaming is a journey that begins with purpose and ends with results. Everything in-between depends on the experience level of your teammates, the consistency of teaming agreements and the continued clarity of the team’s goals.