Top teams include chief executives, managing directors, whole boards of directors, heads of departments . . .
Teams are built, and when individuals leave, or teams disperse, they grieve. There is a process to 'forming, storming, norming and performing' a team.
High performance teams are vital to the success of organisations in today's dynamic environment.
Teams perform best if the members share a range of skills that allow them to perform their function. These include technical skills and team skills.
Teambuilding involves sharing a purpose, understanding the make-up of the team and others' needs, and 'bonding'. Although outdoor and social events contribute, successful teambuilding is achieved through a structured approach to analysis and strategy. Preferably facilitated by a corporate coach!
Research has demonstrated the skills required by high performing teams. Organisations such as the Institute of Directors and the Management Charter Initiative (MCI) have developed competencies that define the skills for directors and managers.
Coaching against these benchmarks is not only a cost effective means of improving the performance of individuals and of teams – but is also an experience of one of the key skills needed by the modern manager.
We don't know whether you are just forming a team, have just recruited a new member, or would like to improve the performance of your top team. You could find out more about coaching. Or you could explore more about teambuilding or team challenge.
Or, of course, you could do nothing.
The choice is yours.
Why not contact us now.
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