LEADERSHIP

TEAM

EFFECTIVENESS

Our bespoke leadership team effectiveness programmes are carefully crafted to target the unique strategic issues facing your Board, Executive and Leadership teams. We equip your teams to robustly respond to real-time and emergent challenges, by confidently capitalising on their cognitive diversity, inherent capability and collective potential.

Why we do it

What we do

How people work together effectively has always been an important aspect of the human experience. Effective leadership involves honing in on individual skills and group talent in order to maximise the decision making capability of the collective and build organisational success.

Our Leadership Team Effectiveness approach is informed by decades of academic research exploring the development of productive team relationships at the highest levels inorganisations.

It is a results-focused process that places the team’s business objectives at the heart of the solution. It works by empowering individual members to seize the opportunity to stretch beyond their current capabilities, while simultaneously enabling the whole team to use its relationships, shared experiences, and interpersonal awareness to the resolve complex, fluid and multifaceted issues that are critical to the organisation’s sustainability and revenue growth.

Outcomes

As every team is unique, our bespoke approach seeks to identify and address the specific team dynamics and operational challenges experienced by each of our client teams. We work in partnership with internal sponsors to create impactful cross-functional leadership teams by carefully re-engineering the team’s governance, strategic, behavioural and operational practices.

Succeeding as a team requires insight into team dynamics and organisational context. In recognition of this complexity, our team coaching offering is a practical way of enabling a team to:

  • Gain greater clarity, coherence and focus around shared purpose and associated key strategic priorities

  • Question, validate and revise fundamental assumptions about the operational rhythm of the team to enable radically new ways of functioning to emerge

  • Develop a team climate of psychological safety, where each team member retains their personal authenticity, play to their strengths and individual contribution is valued

  • Manage conflict (task, process and relationship) constructively, so that disruption and dispute become positive key drivers of collective learning and growth

  • Evolve in line with changing contexts,