Did you Know92%
of organizations report improved effectiveness in leadership & management. (Coaching Counts, 2007).
Great teams don’t just happen, it takes leadership, productive and committed team members, and an inspiring vision and goals everyone can get aligned around for the road ahead. This approach utilizes our reliable methodology focused on a team instead of one individual. It requires a coach with strong systems and organizational experience equipped to work with teams in good times and in crisis.
Areas of Focus
Where are we now?
Examine current status, what works, and how the team can perform even better.
Where do we want to be?
Develop a big goal focused on the team’s “North Star” and what their goals are moving forward.
What do we need to do to get there?
Examine key adjustments and individual shifts needed to get to a stronger, more effective space. Outline specific milestones and steps needed to reach the goal.
How do we facilitate and sustain change?
Through team coaching and measures of success, support for key changes is built into the process.
“I would share with others the benefit of an external, unbiased, and professional coach... This has greatly added to my perspective about work and industry, what legacy I want to leave, and [how] to develop the next generation of leaders.”
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