Replacing traditional “easy-going” teambuilding with sustainable team coaching creates new value and higher-performing teams.
Senior HR executives invited to June 4-5 introduction to a holistic approach towards better team alignment, performance and cohesion.
Brussels, Belgium, May 1, 2013 —Traditional team-building efforts often get a bad reputation. They typically are one-off events, regarded as a perk or soft reward, that have a superficial impact and unsustainable value. Team spirit may spike for a short while, but soon the group is back to business as usual.
“Team Coaching 3.0 is different. In response to the need of many management and expert teams, either dysfunctional or needing an energetic reboost, Axiom Consulting Partners and Fern Training & Coaching have refined and implemented an approach to team-building that improves both team performance and the personal performance of each team member.
This refreshing, proven concept works with both executive-level and operational management teams. TeamCoaching 3.0 changes group behavior and improves team performance. The concept combines:
- Insightful analysis of each team member that identifies ways they can improve their performance within the team;
- An analysis of the team’s dynamics, identifying ways of improving alignment and effectiveness;
- Simultaneous multi-task exercises guided by experienced coaching as well as action-oriented feedback and follow-up.
By means of high-intensity “confrontation and exploration” team members discover their common values and the derailers that hamper team performance. The TeamCoaching 3.0 effort can lead to a positive, sustainable mindset that is shared by the entire team.
Senior HR executives are invited to an exclusive, case-based introduction to experience TeamCoaching 3.0.
- When: June 4th (afternoon) & 5th (all day)
- Where: The Basecamp of Wild Trails in Jupille/La Roche-en-Ardenne
To register or request more information, write Gino Peremans, managing partner ‘Team & Organizational Development, Fern Training & Coaching, at email@example.com .
We aim for sustainable change by working holistically and then focusing on realistic actions that have a sustainable positive impact on the whole team and their performance.