Great teams are energizing and productive, delivering remarkable results. Effective teams are those where each member contributes in ways that maximize team outcomes.
But great teamwork requires each member to have clear focus, strong collaboration and communication, and joint effort towards common goals. Even the best teams, with the most well-intentioned colleagues, can encounter problems that hinder their collective accomplishments.
At Arise Coaching, we understand that monitoring, managing and improving the performance of staff and teams can be challenging.
Our Team Coaching services will empower your team to:
- Maximize your team engagement to leverage productivity, focus, and effectiveness.
- Utilize relational tools to maximize sales growth.
- Develop communication and conflict management skills that elevate trust and effective collaboration.
- Develop accountability, cooperation, and morale among your team members.
- Reduce stress to foster creativity and performance.
“Without knowing what the key drivers or essential and enabling elements for team successes are, or how and when to apply them, business leaders will continue to make costly mistakes in terms of time, money, effort and the achievement of organizational goals and outcomes.”
WABC Whitepaper Nov 2016
What is Team Coaching?
Team Coaching is an outcome of assessing the team and its environment. We focus on an intact team and support that team’s strategic execution in a very hands-on way. We help organizations maximize the capabilities of the individual members and the team as a whole in addition to the team’s leader and his/her team’s behavior. Our goal is to build trust as people recognize their interdependencies.
What Do We Do?
We engage the team in the process. We use the Talent Insights Success Insights (DISC and Motivators) Assessment and Emotional Intelligence Assessment to help team members understand themselves and their personal styles and motivators. Exposing personal styles of communication and behavior is helpful to understanding commonalities and differences among team members. We may also use one-on-one interviews with team members to understand what is going well and what could be even better.
We also use Overcoming The Five Dysfunctions of A Team™ based on Patrick Lencioni’s work as we identify challenges to team cohesiveness and issues of trust that may exist so we can devise strategies to overcome them. We use this information to increase interdependencies and to break down defense mechanisms that get in the way of performance.
“Teamwork remains the one sustainable competitive advantage that has been largely untapped.”