“We don’t see things as they are. We see things as we are.”
All of us see reality only as a reflection of our own experiences, but we make an assumption that the way we see things is “the way things are.” Too frequently we carry around paradigms about ourselves, our managers and our colleagues without ever holding those paradigms up to a mirror for closer examination. Team coaching allows colleagues to explore and identify those paradigms, to uncover assumptions and beliefs, and to reveal behaviors that may be stopping a work team with fulfilling its highest potential.
Team coaching can be powerful, exciting, and revelatory. It can also be frustrating, disappointing and surprising for leaders and teammates. It requires an open mind and a willingness to explore. Does your team possess that open mind and the requisite willingness?
The Proven Power of Coaching
Thousands of organizations across the globe have learned that coaching helps leaders grow, feel more engaged and be more productive, but it can also help them achieve their high-priority goals.
*According to Human Capital Institute (HCI) and the International Coach Federation (ICF)
**According to a Bersin by Deloitte research study