The leadership equipping my team received from GuideQuest is second to none. Kumar and his team provided the coaching needed to further develop us as a high performing team by communicating more clearly and respectfully, building trust (as the team expanded), further aligning our focus and purpose with the organization priorities and becoming more engaged and productive by understanding our “why”. This was time well spent.” – DJ Miller, Pharm.D., Executive Director, Novartis
What is team coaching?
Team coaching is a collaborative process that focuses on helping teams improve their performance and achieve their goals. A coach works with a team to identify areas for improvement, set goals, and develop action plans to achieve those goals. The coaching process involves active listening, asking powerful questions, providing feedback, and helping team members develop new perspectives, skills, and behaviors. The objective of team coaching is to enhance the team's ability to work effectively together, build strong relationships, and drive positive results.
Team coaching differs from traditional training programs in that it is focused on the specific needs and goals of the team, rather than on general information or training. The coach works with the team to identify areas for improvement, set goals, and develop action plans to achieve those goals. The coaching process is designed to be collaborative, empowering team members to work together and build their own solutions.
How does the team benefit?
The benefits of team coaching to the team include improved communication, increased collaboration, enhanced decision-making, better relationships, increased job satisfaction, and improved organizational performance. By working together with a coach, teams can develop their skills, improve their performance, and achieve their goals. The coach provides a supportive and empowering environment for team members to learn, grow, and succeed.