The Power of Team Coaching
Team coaching focusing on growing long term team capacity and helping the team co-create value with and for all the stakeholders – it is not just about target driven performance. The coach also works to enable team coaching to happen when the team coach is not there and after they finish the assignment. It combines coaching processes, approaches and mind-set with systemic, organisational and business understanding.
Along with improving performance, making things happen faster and making things happen differently, you can expect to see the a Myndful Team Coach contribute significantly to:
Reducing conflict both within the team and between teams (the later being one of leadership's main headaches in many organisations.
Increasing the efficiency of team processes and systems (for example, by questioning why things are done the way they are)
Improving the quality of team communication with key external stakeholders (again, in particular leadership)
Coach individuals & teams towards continuous improvement
Retention of valued employees (not least because people feel they are continuing to learn.
Succession planning by raising the profile and promotability of the team/leader/manager and of team members
Knowledge Management in general (because team members are able to use their coaching skills to help the learning of people outside the team.