TEAM COACHING PROGRAMMES
David Clutterbuck’s ‘Coaching the Team at Work’ (2007) was the first evidence-based book to define team coaching as a practice. We continue to work with teams across the world and to train team coaches – both external and internal to organisations. Our continued research has in recent years given rise to the first complex, adaptive systems model of team function and dysfunction (the PERILL model), giving teams and team coaches greater clarity into the complexities of team dynamics.
TEAM COACHING BENEFITS
Great team coaching cultures support:
- Sustainable performance improvements in both short and long term
- New teams hit the ground running
- Aligning teams more closely with organisational goal
- Enabling teams to move from:
- Dysfunctional to functional
- Functional to good
- Good to great
- Great to awesome
- Retention of talent
WHAT IS TEAM COACHING?
Professor David Clutterbuck explains what Team Coaching is about.
5 MINUTE BENCHMARK
How ready is this team for coaching?
How well do each of the following statements describe you? Score yourself from 1 (not like me at all) to 5 (just like me).
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