Team coaching supports teams in achieving above-average results by improving the mutual functioning of the entire team both in the area of performance and relationships.
Team coaching unleashes teams’full potential by overcoming such factors as:
- Lack of trust between team members
- Rivalry conflicts
- Ambiguity of intentions, private agendas
- No common values or different understanding of them
- Silo syndrome
- Poor communication and cooperation
- No common goal for the team / no clear goal
- Low productivity
During the coaching process, the team identifies its current potential by use of professional tools dedicated to teams’ diagnosis, sets key areas for development and principles of further cooperation, raises its competences in defined areas through working during coaching sessions and between them, to finally measure their achievements in relation to the objectives. The subject of coaching is not individual, but a team, defined as a interdependent group of people with one leader and mutual goal. Thanks to coaching, the team is able to increase their effectiveness in a relatively short time and improve the atmosphere of cooperation. Depending on the needs, the team coaching process may consist of a diagnostic phase and one to several workshop sessions.