Team Performance Coaching
We create an atmosphere, that enables innovation
"Interaction in a team is of greater importance for successful cooperation than its composition"
Result of the Google research project Aristotle of 180 Google teams over two years and the analysis of 250 different team characteristics
- We accompany you as a management team in such a way that the change in the company is sustainable and you can also steer it ("help for self-help").
- We rely on the observation of the team and provide the space and structure to analyse the current situation. Change is only possible if there is a common understanding of reality.
- We agree on feedback standards in order to have a structured discussion with focus on the observable behaviour and the effect on the other person.
- During implementation we proceed iteratively - make agreements (regarding behaviour, communication and roles), accompany and analyse the implementation and renew the agreements - to further improve team cooperation
Group Dynamic Analysis
In an analysis of the current situation, we observe the following pattern of behaviour, for example: conflicts between managers are not addressed - different perspectives and goals remain. As a result, there are no clear instructions and guidelines for the employees and they do not know how to act. For decisions they have to rely on the managers again and again. The employees do not feel responsible and powerless. The management level is overstrained because all issues have to be solved and decided by them.
- We identify behavioral patterns. In doing so, we explicitly separate the factual from the relational level during communication and thus uncover pronounced and unspoken (conflict) issues.
- The unspoken issues - such as a high or low level of trust in the other person, hopes, expectations, fears or anxieties - unconsciously influence actions and shape the cooperation.
- The analysis is based exclusively on facts and objectively observable behaviour.
- The analysis is comprehensible for everyone with documented statements and a vivid description of the situation.
"I was surprised at the fundamental insights the analysis gave us just one afternoon."
After the analysis of the current situation, targets are defined:
- Which goal do we want to achieve together?
- What exactly do we understand by the goal?
- What does the goal mean for each individual?
- How can we observe and measure whether we have reached the goal?
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