Are dysfunctional teams impacting performance?

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What makes Team Coaching successful?
"Team coaching has emerged in recent decades as a practical way to apply the principles of coaching to the team as a whole. Because everyone in the team learns and reflects together, teams that embrace team coaching tend to demonstrate more focused, collective energy. As they learn together – and support each other’s learning – they can use real work issues to put the learning into practice, so embedding new skills. Typically, co-coaching becomes a routine activity." David Clutterbuck
Research shows that the most successful teams have the means to take action and build effective relationships to motivate and sustain that action.
Key Benefits of Team Coaching
  • Enhanced productivity
  • Greater team alignment and focus
  • Less team push back to change
  • Increased outputs
  • Faster, more visible results
  • Helps managers/leaders share their vision
  • More effective teams
Agile Action Learning is a process that involves a small group working on real problems, taking action, and learning as individuals, as a team and as an organization while doing so.  
"The original problem is rarely the problem that ends up being addressed. There's something about action learning that allosw people to uncover layers to an issue. Too often we apply solutions to surface problems. That's why so many of our problems don't remain solved. When we think we know what the problem is and try to provide a solution (because that is what is expected of us as leaders), we miss an opportunity to examine the issue in all its depth and complexity." ~ Terry Carter
Action Learning
Teamwork Learn how your team can overcome the five major dysfunctions to ensure success. Do your team members put aside their individual needs for the good of the group? Find out how I can help your teams use a proven model to acheive their goals. 
"Teamwork remains the one sustainable competitive advantage that has been largely untapped." ~ Pat Lencioni, The Five Dysfunctions of a Team