Teams that operate to their true potential.
Teams that work together productively and collaboratively.
Teams that work well across the organization and with stakeholders.
These are just a few of the benefits of team coaching.
A Team in Transition and a Wise Leader:
Sophia contracted Spark Success to work with her team who were in transition to a team with a new overarching purpose. She had read Dare to Lead and sensed that it would set up her team for success. The transition that they were going through had created changes for inter-related teams, and the changes were not welcomed.
Through a 2-day Dare to Lead team facilitation, Sophia and her team learned new skills to deal with the transition courageously and productively – using the Dare to Lead four courage building skill sets.
From the Spark pre-work questionnaire completed by the team members well ahead of the facilitation, Sophia and I agreed upon the key themes. This context provided direction for the examples used throughout the facilitation which supported the context of the team. We also agreed to build in time near the end to have the team co-create an action plan to implement the new knowledge immediately and to sustain it over time.
Within the week, team members were already reporting back their use of and the helpfulness of the new learning.