TEAM HIGH PERFORMANCE COACHING
Our HP Team Coaching programme provides coaching to teams wanting that all important step change in how they perform. We bring specialist understanding and approaches on how teams can best perform. We make this available to the teams we coach, whilst remembering that ultimately the role of good coaching is to drive accountability for improvement to the team.
For every team we coach on high performance (HP), we flex and personalise our approach based on the particular needs. The below summarises the common framework steps we often apply, although for some teams we may agree to take a different, more bespoke approach:
During the Discovery step, we utilise our High Performance Team Assessment model (based on Google's work on Team effectiveness and our own research) to assess the key factors that influence whether a team performs or not. This underpins the whole programme. The assessment looks across the following 5 areas:
Psychological safety – How comfortable the team members are in challenging one another, being honest and contributing?
Dependability – How reliable team members are in doing as promised?
Team role mix – How far the team has a healthy mix of team role types with clear expectations?
Purpose – How far is the team clear on its purpose and motivated to achieve this?
Well being – How content and happy is the team?
As part of this assessment a Belbin assessment is also provided for each team member.
WHAT YOU GET
Included in the programme:
Experienced HP Team coach
Enfuse High Performance Team Assessment
Belbin Assessment for each team member
Access to Enfuse Group HP thought leadership and other IP
The standard programme includes 12 sessions, typically run over a 6 month period. Where the standard programme is not the right fit, we will work with you to define a suitable format and approach.
WHO IS THIS FOR
Our HP team coaching service is for any team wanting to improve the overall team performance. This is for a maximum team size of 14 and minimum of 5. The coaching is ideal for fixed teams - it is less ideal when the team is fast changing in terms of membership.
The coaching is with the team as a whole, rather than with the individuals 1-2-1. Research proves that team performance is largely down to the mix and dynamic of the team, rather than the performance of individual members.