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When your people aren’t working together as effectively as they could, team coaching can help. Instead of focusing on individual development, our attention with group coaching is on improving relationships and interactions within the team. Team coaching is useful in many situations:

Working through interpersonal conflicts
Understanding roles and responsibilities within the group
Improving relationships
Understanding team values and goals
Clarifying vision, purpose, and mission
Maximising collective potential

It’s not easy to get a team to work to its full potential. Team dynamics, conflicts, power struggles, and miscommunication can cause a group to start, stumble and stop.

Team coaching can foster a culture of continuous learning, help break down silos between different parts of the organisation, increase the teams' functionality and maturity by helping them evolve faster than they could have done on their own. Stimulating innovation, creativity, and accelerating team performance.

I work with interpersonal relationships and team dynamics. Coaching two or more people to explore relationship difficulties, conflict and improve relationship dynamics in systems.

The definition of a relationship system is ‘a group of independent entities with a common focus or identity’. A team is a group of people who rely on each other for a common purpose.

In team coaching, we’ll be working with three types of intelligence. Emotional intelligence, social intelligence, and relationship systems intelligence. Teams with higher relationship systems intelligence (RSI) are more productive and report greater team cohesion and satisfaction than teams with lower RSI.

1:2 coaching is a blend of mediation and coaching techniques. Working with the difference between positions and interests. With the intention to create alignment and begin working together to solve problems.

Every member of the relationship system is a voice of the system. This is a core belief held throughout our work together. Everyone has a right to be heard, and each voice carries valuable information for the whole team.

Benefits include:

  • Improved communication 
  • Designed and agreed team behaviours 
  • Awareness of team toxins and antidotes 
  • Increased acknowledgment, recognition, and positivity 
  • Improved performance from each individual and the team as a whole
  • Increased awareness of the intended and unintended impact when communicating 
  • A greater sense of purpose and people who are happy and want to come to work
  • Increased emotional, social, and relationship intelligence

 

“Coming together is a beginning. Keeping together is progress. Working together is success” – Henry Ford 

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