Team Coaching

The performance and effectiveness of all the teams in your business directly affect the results you’ll achieve. And your senior team are crucial to your ability to transform and grow.

It’s why McKinsey found 90 percent of investors think the quality of the Senior Management Team is the most important nonfinancial factor when evaluating the potential purchase of, or investment in, any business. And that 33 percent of failed business transformations occur because the leadership team’s behaviours did not support the desired changes.

Do you have a newly formed team who are grappling with how and where to start?

Do you have an existing team struggling to achieve results, and having the wrong conversations about the wrong things?

This might be what’s holding you back from the next stage of your growth.

Our team coaching programmes get results because we make your success a measure of our success.

It means we keep up to date on current ideas and incorporate research from leading thinkers on team effectiveness, like Peter Hawkins, Patrick Lencioni and Google’s Project Aristotle.

We use the results of a sophisticated survey to start having the right conversations and make sure we focus on the very things that will bring you success.

Our team coaching programmes typically focus on:

  • Your Purpose: Getting clear on where you’re going as a business, and the role the team plays in supporting you getting there
  • The Roles: Making sure you’ve got the ‘right people on the bus’ and everyone knows what part they have to play
  • Your Collective Goals: And understanding how you’ll be measured
  • Team working: How you’ll increase trust, encourage feedback, generate new ideas and perform greater than the sum of your parts
  • Learning: Gaining practical insights for you as leaders, managers, and members of the senior team.
  • Connecting: With every other team, the wider business, customers and beyond.

Using our collaborative approach we tackle the challenges live, in the workplace as they happen. Because that’s where the best learning takes place.

Read how we helped bring on the next generation of leaders to form a Senior Management Team just in time to manage the business through the Covid crisis.

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