TEAM COACHING THAT WILL GET YOU CONSISTENT RESULTS
Team coaching is a relatively new coaching modality that focuses on one coach helping a leader’s entire team become a high-performing team. As the workplace continues to evolve into a team environment, this type of coaching is more and more becoming critical for success.
It is one thing to be a high-performing team. It is another to sustain it over time. Based on the principles found in The Perfect Leadership Triad, I coach leaders how to create such a team by focusing on people, coaching, and performance.
I teach the vital principle of the Leader Coach. I help leaders become better coaches as they watch me set the example of how to coach a team. I have developed a system of coaching for team performance that combines defining expectations, clear communication, observation, coaching, and follow-up. This process ensures team performance and success.
HOW TEAM COACHING WORKS
This is a 6-month, 4-part program that involves the leader and her team.
1. QUALITATIVE TEAM ASSESSMENT
I will conduct an assessment to learn the current status of the team with both the leader and the individual team members. This will allow me to see where there are opportunities to improve performance.
2. TEAM VALUES, VISION, and GOAL SETTING
- Establish a relationship with me
- Develop a team contract
- Explore team values, the leader’s vision, and the desires of the team
- Set team goals and individual goals so everyone is clear on how they will contribute
- Create a plan on how you will become a high-preforming team
3. DEVELOP YOUR HIGH-PERFORMING TEAM
We will meet as a team monthly to discuss progress and to explore current team opportunities and challenges. We will dive deeper into the Performance Model to see how well the leader and team are following it.
4. FINAL PROGRESS CHECK
We will evaluate the team’s progress through a qualitative assessment similar to the initial assessment. This will measure growth and celebrate success!
Is your team ready to be a consistently high-performing team?