They say that none of us is as smart as all of us.
And in a sense getting good people is the easy bit. Getting them to work well together is the bit that can really make a difference.
Organisations that invest in building successful high-impact teams get results—increased productivity, admired brands, satisfied customers—as well as attracting and retaining the most talented employees.
Teams in which the individuals have confidence in one another and work successfully together are best able to identify, assess, and implement new opportunities.
Team coaching goes way beyond the facilitator’s role of simply creating opportunities for dialogue and clarifying the decision making process. Working with the right coach can help teams:
- define their purpose and priorities
- increase their understanding of the environment they’re operating in
- identify and maximise team strengths
- identify and tackle barriers to performance and make the most of development opportunities
- grow in confidence.
Maybe you’ve just set up a new team for a business-critical mission, maybe it’s testing new ways of working or maybe it’s underperforming. Whatever the situation, team coaching can help that team define and seize new possibilities.
All RobinsonHenry coaches have experience of leading high-level multicultural teams. We believe that it’s not just about defining a common purpose and meeting objectives, it’s also about helping team members enjoy the journey—together.
We use a range of assessment tools to provide an accurate profile of the team at the outset and form the basis for ongoing development. We work with teams for an agreed period of time, usually between three to six months.