Team Building & Team Coaching

Managing people
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Increase the performance and the cooperation of your team

Team Building & Team coaching : what is it?

The team building acts on 2 main levers that generate excellence:

  • dynamics: teams learn to work together, in collective intelligence, gather around values, common objectives, make a commitment on decisions taken collectively.
  • cohesion and cooperation: moments of sharing around very important topics, the true meeting between people and the regulation of the disagreements develop cohesion and cooperation

Learn more with that video

What are the differences between team building and team coaching?

Team Building =
Between 1 and 3 days
Sometimes interviews
before

Team Coaching =
Continuous process

3-6 months to 1 year
(1-2 days starting, 1 day every month)

What are the different steps of a team building / team coaching?

More information are available on this dedicated page or in this PDF file.

Some testimonials

“A big change was forecasted in our company. A starting training session about change management allowed us to have common knowledge and common language about change dynamics. Regular support helped us to better prepare and then manage the change. We lived it with more serenity and efficiency.”

“The company decided to create an international network on a strategic topic. I was the brand-new manager of this team. We have co hosted 3 meetings. The goals were to know each other, think about the mission of the network and about the way.”

“Our environment had changed… so had our job. We needed to work together on our mission, specificity
and then on our ambition and strategy. Several workshops allowed us to work on those points in a creative way. That gave birth to innovative ideas and decisions we all made together.”

“We had strong disagreements for more than 2 years within the board. Thanks to 2 regulation sessions, we succeeded in telling us things constructively. We agreed on a behavior mode. We needed
some more sessions to really make decisions together but now the board is efficient and coherent.”