Teams are dynamic workgroups that have an identity of their own, yet uniquely maintain the individuality of each of its members to maximize team performance. Well-established, strong teams not only enjoy the outcomes of their accomplishments, but each individual finds more enjoyment in their service toward those outcomes and more personal satisfaction overall. Teams that find this level of synergy and purpose are the cornerstone of successful businesses.
With expert, targeted coaching, your teams can work cohesively on shared goals and reach new levels of performance – they can become high-performing teams that confidently address any situation. Conversely, when a team struggles with conflict or is on the brink of dysfunction, expert coaches are powerful, objective allies who help the team overcome these debilitating challenges, find resolution, and work toward greater cohesiveness.
Whether your team has reached synergy and seeks even higher levels of performance, wants to break out of mediocrity, resolve conflicts, or collaborate effectively on a significant new initiative, a team coach can help guide the way. A coach can also be the catalyst for your team to address not only what they do, but how they do it. High-performing teams, in concert with their leaders, consistently:
While team coaching is generally facilitated with the entire team
one-on-one coaching with team members can complement the process in some situations. Team leaders and managers are often included in the team coaching sessions. It is usually advantageous, but it is not required; in some cases it is not advised .
Extra Benefits of Team Coaching
KadouScope coaching programs include one of the following assessments to foster self-awareness: the DISC Personality and Behavior, DISC 360, Leadership Effectiveness 360, or the Emotional Intelligence assessments to build individual self-awareness and better understanding of other team members. This discovery process unveils the motivators and values that are invaluable in building team camaraderie, trust, and shared vision. They also can unlock hidden factors that can lead to conflict and dysfunction, the first step to resolution.