Teams are the added value contributors to performance in today’s organisations and are central to successful change. Your organisation needs teams that are open and flexible, focused on priority tasks and able to step back, review and adapt to the people and events around them. Team leaders need to be role models and attend to the performance and working relationships within their own teams as well as between teams across the organisation.
We facilitate and coach teams and groups in a variety of contexts to achieve high performance working relationships and results. Examples include:
When developing teams, research and experience has taught us that taking an integrated approach achieves the best results:
We work with leaders and their teams to design the best development process to fit their circumstances and adapt the approach on the journey. We often use 360 degree feedback processes, our own relationship review process (see side panel) and psychometric questionnaires in this work. Our approach to team development is explained in the book Collaborating for Results (see side panel).
When facilitating meetings and project reviews we work with clients to carefully plan the right processes and draw on a wealth of experience and approaches, such as large group methodologies, to achieve the desired outcomes.
We are experts in Action Learning Set start-up and facilitation with many years of experience working on leadership, management and graduate development programmes.
We also have experience of supporting the design and development of self-managed and self-directed teams.
Please contact us to discuss facilitation for your organisation.
We can equip leaders, managers and others in your organisation with the necessary skills and confidence to facilitate and improve group meetings and develop better team working. Training workshops can be run according to the level of skill and application required.
Our offering includes advanced facilitation skills training for existing facilitators. Drawing on psychology theory and method this training increases personal awareness in interpersonal and group relationships and helps facilitators work with the hidden dynamics of groups and teams.
Please contact us to discuss your facilitator training needs.
Collaborating for Results: Silo Working and Relationships that Work by David Ian Willcock, Director of Liberating Potential Ltd., is available from Routledge publishing. Please click the image to read a sample chapter on-line.
'This is a practical guide to harnessing the power of relationships between people and teams in organisations to achieve strategic vision and to be future-capable in a fast-changing world.'
Dr. Mike Clarke, CEO, RSPB
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