top of page

Team Coaching

More and more, organizations rely on teams to complete tasks, deliver services, operate business units and accomplish strategic goals. Organizations built on world-class teams thrive and organizations built on dysfunctional teams do not. Trouble is, teams can be highly functional one day and highly dysfunctional the next. When teams become dysfunctional, meetings become tedious or are abandoned, communication becomes inconsistent or overly politicized, decision become over-engineered or ignored all together and results become elusive or even unimportant. 


Team Coaching Clients . . .

  • Look forward to meetings as opportunities to collaborate

  • Appreciate and tap into teammates skills and experiences

  • Focus energy on important issues -- not politics

  • Take risks by talking about challenging issues and confronting teammates

  • Align around shared goals, make fast decisions and learn from mistakes

  • Change direction without hesitation before their competition does

  • Have high expectations for themselves and their teammates

  • Address team problems promptly and without drama

  • Put team success above individual success

Team Coaching refocuses the team on the reason they formed, clarifies the essential roles each team member plays and re-establishes their accountaability to each other. By first working with teh team leader and then with the team as a whole, teh team coach helps the team confront their dysfunctions and deelp behaviors to address them.

bottom of page