What is Team Coaching?
Team coaching is an effective way to promote unity and foster collaboration between employees. It is a process that helps teams work together to identify and develop their strengths, improve their performance, and achieve their goals.
This service invites Ky to work with your team to identify areas of improvement, create strategies for success, and develop skills and behaviours that will help the team reach its objectives.
How Does it Work?
Team coaching is a powerful tool for departments to work together to achieve their goals. It can help develop better communication, problem-solving skills, and trust. It can also help groups identify their strengths and weaknesses, develop strategies to improve their performance, and create a culture of collaboration and mutual respect.
How effective is Team Coaching?
Team coaching at work has become increasingly popular in recent years. Studies show that team coaching can increase productivity by up to 20%, reduce employee turnover by up to 50%, and increase job satisfaction by up to 80%. Additionally, team coaching can help to create a more collaborative work environment, improve communication between team members, and foster a sense of trust and respect. Team coaching can also help to identify areas of improvement and provide strategies for addressing them.
Overall, team coaching is an effective way to improve team performance and create a healthier work environment.
So, am I right for you? Maybe yes, maybe no. I realise the typical coach thing to do is scream Yes! Of course, I can help anyone! but as simply optimistic and fluffy as that might be, I’m too much of a realist to believe it.
If you’d like to find out…
a little about me
With over ten years of on-the-ground branding and marketing experience, a wealth of CPD (I love learning, so continuing professional development is a core attribute of mine), combined with my qualifications in coaching, brand strategy, and leadership; I feel confident that I can help almost anyone interested in my coaching range.
My style of coaching is quite blended – which makes it hard to explain. The simple version is that I work best tailoring to each client – adjusting my “toolkit” appropriately. Some of those tools include assessments, some are questioning techniques, whilst others are physical activities.