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)
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.