“The strength of the team is each individual member. The strength of each member is the team.” ~Phil Jackson
Team coaching sessions build leadership at all organizational levels in a fun format that brings people together to reflect and solve problems facing them. Through innovative processes participants also learn about themselves.
Team coaching is an interactive format of coaching people in groups who have similar goals, working environments or are tasked to complete work related projects. This guided format simulates a collaborative exchange of thoughts and sharing of idea.
Team Coaching will assist your teams, organizations, or corporations to create cohesive collaboration on projects that can be implemented and sustained by every level of employee.
When Is It Time For Team Coaching?
- When a new team is formed.
- When a team has stalled and needs to move a project forward.
- When you want to introduce change and need management commitment.
- When you are ready to take the plunge to achieve deep and solid leadership development.
What Is The Structure and Process of Team Coaching?
- A group of people meet with a coach who facilitates a one day session, with reoccurring sessions
- Members define and discuss work-related issues or projects milestones.
- Other participants then ask questions to assist the presenter to gain a deeper understanding of the issue and their assumptions about it. Typically the problem is re-defined and then new actions result.
- At the end of the session the facilitator guides a discussion that leads to insights and themes, best questions, organizational and personal learning.
- The skills and outcomes are immediately usable.
- Confidentiality and other ground rules are established.
What Can Team Coaching Accomplish?
- Develop strategic thinking, planning, and problem-solving.
- Address individual or organizational challenges.
- Provide effective 360 feedback that ignites cooperative change.
- Increases effective group leadership.
- Navigate organizational politics.
- Increase trust among peers.
- Build relationships across departments..
- Brainstorming that facilitates opposing ideas to reach profitability.
What Are The Benefits of Team Coaching
- Create a learning community for trusted peer consultation and support.
- Synthesis of traditional leadership development.
- Systematic thinking and understanding of the organization’s vision and strategy.
- Enhance creativity and increase efficiency.
- Ensures goal accomplishment at personal, group, and organizational levels.
- Collaborative priority setting.
- Increased profitability.