« Individual effort allows to win the game, but it’s the team spirit and collective intelligence that will win the world cup! »
Aimé Jacquet (1941- ) former soccer player and trainer for the International French Soccer team.
You find that your team could...
- collaborate better and be more efficient.
- develop new ways of working and smoothen out their interactions.
- find a better balance by staying the course and remaining agile.
- communicate assertively not aggressively.
Team Coaching helps to get past these obstacles.
Examples of objectives
- Enhance more sharing and collaboration within the team.
- Develop a shared frame of reference and clarify the roles and responsibilities.
- Bring in new ways of working (communication, organizing meetings, collaborative methods, etc.)
- Have a better understand of oneself and others.
- Unlock certain subjects that are important for the team.
- "This coaching helped us share more with each other and this is stimulating! There is more solidarity between us."
- "I am more of a support for others and understand the importance of maintaining a relationship, giving clear instructions and identifying difficulties."
- "There are more transversal conversations, we are more present and capable of anticipating orientations."
- "I give more recognition for progress."
- "I dare say things with more ease and share certain difficulties with the team."
Context: After a reorganization of the company, the General Manager decided to offer the Executive Committee a coaching program to develop their collective intelligence and find new ways of functioning that combine pleasure with efficiency. The program consisted of six days, which took place over a nine month period.
Executive Comitee - Medical sector
A word from the Coach
Team Coaching programs are tailor made for management committees and their teams, project teams, and teams working in an intercultural context.
We co-develop with you a coaching program to meet your needs. From two to ten days spread out over the year depending on the set objectives. Our programs unleash your collective intelligence and free your creative energy to achieve common goals.
Coaching Projet Teams
“If we keep doing what we are doing, we will keep getting what we are getting” Stephan R. Covey (1932 - 2012) American, Consultant and Author on Management
You find that the project teams are...
- are not progressing or very little.
- are having difficulties to agree on the vision.
- undertaking divergent actions.
- are not motivated.
- are not delivering what is expected.
Coaching the project teams enables them to advance faster with enthusiasm!
- “We are aligned on the vision of our project”
- “We speak to each other more often and adjust our actions.”
- “I feel that I am being heard.”
- “We get the right things done with more ease.”
- “I am happy to collaborate with the others.”
- “I never thought that we could be so creative.”
Context: A project team starting a new project was having difficulties in understanding how to start and then how to get back on track to deliver quality work on time. We assisted the team in realigning the vision, mission, ambition and roles, enhancing creativity, strengthening interpersonal relationships and collaboration.
Group project team - Directors from different companies
A word from the Coach
We co-develop with you a tailor-made coaching program that meets your needs, lasting from two days to over one year depending on the set objectives.
Our programs free the capacity of team members to work more effectively together towards a common goal. The stakeholders become more aligned and share responsibility, which allows for constructive and rapid progress of your projects.
“Constantly seek to learn from the people around you - they will teach you more about yourself than anything else. They will also tell you what you need to know to achieve your business goals” Jack Welch (1935 -) American, President General Electric 1981-2001
The people in your organization need to learn how to share and collaborate to resolve difficulties more effectively.
Your team is spread out over many locations, and yet wants to learn more from each other’s failures and successes to advance faster.
Your project teams seek to learn from colleagues about similar projects they are working on.
- “It is amazing how much you can learn from someone else’s difficulty”
- “There were ideas and solutions I simply had never thought of before”
- “I am finally starting to understand the real problem”
- “I realized that I don't really know how to listen”
- “I have a hard time asking open questions”
- “I've found solutions to my own problems”
A word from the Coach
"You tell me, I forget. You teach me, I remember. You involve me, I learn. " Benjamin Franklin (1706-1790) printer, writer, naturalist, inventor, American politician
Your different communities need to work more closely together in order to advance on certain topics.
Different work groups are going to have important projects to progress on, you want them to work together to decide what they're going to do and how they're going to do it.
You want to increase sharing and inspire more collective creativity with the different actors.
"It was great to take a step back and understand the digital transformation right from the start."
"We were able to open up and share our points of view."
"It was fun, challenging and really concrete."
"Now I have a better idea of what the group thinks, what is happening in the other entities of the group and I am beginning to understand what is expected of us."
Context: We worked with the project manager of the Digital Transformation to reflect, build, and facilitate the "World-wide Kick-off" event to mobilize the sixty five business unit managers and opinion leaders. - Energy industry
A word from the Coach
A successful event is a good combination of preparation, a fluid agenda and consistent activities to serve the purpose of the program.
We allow participants to be free and open up to others in order to create real connections that strengthen their relationships, and allow to deal more quickly with technical or managerial difficulties.
We capture your needs and allow you to clarify your main goals. We translate them into an event where movement, reflection, action and learning make the key ingredients of success. We work with groups of 30 to 200 people.