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Team Troubles


Posted on: Monday 31, October 2016

 

There is a lot of truth in the saying:

‘Nothing will change unless you do something different.'

How often has frustration boiled over at work because of a lack of communication? Do you sometimes feel when discussing an issue at work that you’re all speaking different languages? Or perhaps you don’t take time out to sort out team troubles?

So how can you get things to change?

Well, an external specialist working with you is a fast, effective solution to becoming a performing team. It is useful to have someone pinpoint your team dynamics clearly from a detached perspective.

Sometimes it is as simple as understanding how peoples’ different personalities think and work. An understanding of who you are & how to interact most effectively with diverse personality types goes a long way towards good teamwork.

Moreover, if there is a particular person or two whose communication (or lack of it) is causing issues – can they work 1:1 with an external business coach to help them see the effect they have on others & how that could change for the better?

Whatever your team troubles are, how much better could your team become if the underlying issues were tackled instead of being pushed underground?

When was the last time you and your team spent time out to develop as a team? Let me facilitate your team to do just that.

I deliver 1 and 2-day practical workshops and 4 and 6-day (2 days per quarter) high-performance training programmes alongside one-to-one coaching to teach your leaders, managers, and teams these skills. 

For soft skillsdevelopment programmestrainingcoachingworkshopsNLP for business and team building days for leaders, managers and teams, please contact me.

Please contact me for more information. 

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