When people are capable of working together collaboratively, the outcome is extraordinary: productivity, innovation, quality and personal satisfaction are all elements that create naturally an excellent team development.
A team does not, however, operate as such just because it has been established. A work group becomes highly effective when the members are conscious of their dynamics and of how each member contributes to it, when they are mutually accountable for their results and share feedbacks openly, when they have co-created a common vision and developed the required interpersonal skills, emotional intelligence and leadership.
In our team interventions, we may use diagnostics that provide clients with insights and feedback about the team’s functioning, values, expectations. We also try and make emerge the relevant and real conversations that need to happen within a team.