Team Coaching

A Team is defined as “a small number of people, with complementary skills who are committed to a common purpose, performance goals and approach, for which they hold themselves mutually accountable.”


Teams are essential in the modern workplace. They are a bridge between the individual and the wider organisation, the unit by which work is accomplished, and provide an environment to meet people’s need for socialisation, a common identity, shared ideas and purpose, recognition and intrinsic reward.


The extent to which a team is effective depends on numerous factors:

  • Diversity (gender, cultural and expertise)

  • Creativity

  • Communication within and outside the team

  • How the team handles conflict

  • Team Leadership (individual or shared)

  • The quality of teamwork

Team Coaching is very effective and can provide clear benefits in helping a team to improve any or all of these factors.


Chris Davies Coaching provides a Team Coaching programme that focusses not on the individuals but on the team as a distinct entity. Through engaging and inclusive workshops, teams connect more with their purpose, build empathy and psychological safety, co-create norms for communication, and behaviours, and resilience for when things don't go according to plan.