Have you ever wondered why groups of highly capable individuals fail to perform together effectively as a team? To be a high performing team requires a degree of intimacy and focus that is only achieved when the team can make meaning of its purpose together.
And this purpose is more than just a set of objectives, targets in the strategic plan or numbers on a balance sheet. The galvanising magic of a high performing team is the spirit that is created by the team, for the team- and this is the work that a SWAN team coach focuses on.
Once the connectivity in the team has been created, harnessing it and repeatedly using it is part of the ongoing journey that the coach supports with.
Team coaching also involves the team receiving in the moment feedback from the coach that aids the team to further develop.
“We are what we repeatedly do. Excellence then, is not an act, but a habit. – Aristotle