Executive Team Coaching
Effective teams align with a common vision. However, more often than not, this alignment is missing and can cause disagreements in the team. It can be frustrating and discouraging for leaders if the team is not performing at its best. The right kind of coaching promotes strategic alignment. It helps leaders appreciate the team’s journey to achieve their goal and fosters mutual appreciation, harmony and faster progress.
Communication is 90% prep and 10% delivery. Every person communicates differently, which may causes arguments. Understanding and appreciating these differences, working together in context and complete accepting makes work relationships stronger.
1. Assisting team meetings
2. Helping team members express their understanding of the teams goals
3. Creating alignment of goal amongst members
4. Helping teams address and manage conflicts
5. Addressing issues like groupthink, micro-managing, social loafing, and unresolved conflict.
Having a team coach who is not from the team ensures that the coach is neutral and not influenced by team politics.
Team building, on the other hand, refers to the activities undertaken to strengthen social bonds within a particular team.
In group coaching, people come together but not necessarily for a common purpose. For eg, a group may come together to learn about executive leadership but what they use that skill for may differ.