Would you like to see your team work together better, communicate more and get more done?
Does any of this sound familiar?
- I have good people but they don’t seem to be motivated to do their best.
- My people need to take more ownership of their work.
- I want to inspire and support my team, not just manage their work.
- We’ve done a lot of team building, but it never lasts very long.
What if things could be different?
Imagine your team working together smoothly, supporting each other, and being on fire for their work – and always improving. What if you felt like:
- My team WANTS to do their best work.
- My team holds each other accountable in a positive way.
- My best people are getting even better.
- I can focus more on where my team and organization are going.
Shawn Clark – Certified Teamwork & Leadership Coach
I have been a team building facilitator for over 25 years, and I’ve seen it all. And I confess, I would deliver programs that people loved, but I knew that things would go back to the way they were within days, or even hours, after I left. The trick is this: changing people’s behavior is hard. Getting people to change their behavior long-term is even harder. For a team to do better consistently over time, they need to operate differently. The good news is that all they need are a few core concepts to focus on, not 101 rules that will be overwhelming and soon forgotten.
After years of searching and trying out various approaches, I found an effective method of team coaching that is simple, time-efficient, cost-effective, and delivers MEASURABLE results on a long-term basis. When I first heard about it, it sounded too good to be true. So I did my homework. I read the reviews. I examined the research behind the method. I talked with leaders that have done it. I became a believer. I went through the certification process and I have tested it with groups. The results are fantastic. Teams appreciate the simplicity of the system and the impact it has on their team.
Quite simply, it works IF you work it. If you are willing to put in the up-front effort and stick with the process, you will be thrilled by the change you will see in your team. But it’s not right for every team. Some groups aren’t ready for it. Some groups don’t work together in a way that works with this type of coaching. And some leaders aren’t up to the task.
The first step is to have a quick conversation about where your people are now and where you want them to be. If it sounds like your team is a good candidate for coaching, we will put together a game plan for you to review.