The result of a team coaching process is a sustainable increase in the team's capacity to deal with challenges, solve problems, work together efficiently and innovate. The team is then geared towards long-term success.
As ever when people work together, social and psychological phenomena play major roles. Whenever a change takes place that impinges on a team - e.g. new challenges, new work contexts or new colleagues - it always makes sense to review jointly how the team members cooperate and interact with each other.
Team coaching is targeted and precisely dosed – as a single workshop or workshop series, as a training course, as on-the-job support or in the form of an offsite team event, i.e. a meeting in a different environment, according to requirements. Measures for team coaching and team building can be combined effectively to match the given situation.
TEAMS ARE A LIVING NETWORK OF RELATIONSHIPS
When it comes to pursuing a specific goal or delivering a specific service, all the people in a team are interdependent. No one could achieve the goal alone. In the best case, this interdependency can produce a result that is more than the sum of the individual parts. In human evolution, those who were able to cooperate well have always been more successful (or had a better chance of survival). However, today's working world places higher demands on our capacity to cooperate than we were born with. So functioning cooperation is always the result of a common learning and development process. The magic of team coaching lies in designing and facilitating this learning and adaptation process in such a way that in the end a new, better level of cooperation arises.