In all team work, the whole system has to be taken into consideration;
- the manager,
- the team members,
- other stakeholders,
- the organizational culture you work in as well as
- external influences.
All of these contribute to the successes and challenges of each team.
It’s critical to take time to reflect and clarify what is important to your team and do so in a way that allows space for both logic and emotions. Systemic thinking is at the foundation of all Team work done by Coaching Without Borders.
Build up your team and get it moving in the right direction. Laying the foundation for a Team Vision can be done in a one-day workshop with Margo.
The team will start by aligning on their values and mission, and then exploring a variety of questions around the purpose, strengths and challenges of the team. The end result is a direction which can be used as a source of motivation and a compass by which to keep the team ‘on track’, even when the going gets tough.
It is often valuable to anchor a Team Vision session with follow-on Team Coaching.
Team Detox Program
Sometimes, teams need a little more help. When there is tension in the air and it is already hard for some team members to talk to each other, chances are the team is not experiencing high performance!
A two-day Team Detox program will help your team make a fresh start and reestablish the lines of communication.
Some teams experience High Performance when the trust is high and they find themselves in a state of flow. High Performing Teams are committed not just to the business targets but are also committed to their own and teammates’ personal growth and development. High Performance is often a temporary state. In order to build up to a state of high performance and maintain it, Team Coaching is the best vehicle.
Team coaching is kicked off with a two day off-site coaching sessions, followed by a series of 2-3 hour team coaching sessions on a monthly basis for 6 months. Then, follow-on team coaching sessions can be organized ad hoc as needed. Depending on the size of the team, the coaching may be co-lead.