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Do you know the three key reasons explaining 
why teams fail to achieve team synergy?


Your benefits

  • Measure two underlying factors that determine team success: alignment and trust.
  • Measure the sources that affect alignement: the level of clarity and approval within the team.
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    The facilitator will coach your team to make ensure that:
     - you find solutions to improve team alignment and success
    -  you fully benefit from your training implementing a better way to work without delay
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Why should you care

Trust is clearly an essential foundation for effective teamwork. It is equally important, however, for the team to be in alignment on the direction in which it is going, and on the outcomes it is aiming to achieve. These are indeed the two essential underlying factors determining team success: trust and alignment.

Your typical challenges:

  • Team members don't understand what alignment really means.
  • Teams lack focus on what secures alignment: Purpose and Values.
  • A lack of trust prevents open, frank dialogue.

"By developing a high degree of alignment, teams can ensure that future challenges are met swiftly and deliberately, and with a healthy degree of debate."

How Team Alignment Survey works with you

Trust is clearly an essential foundation for effective teamwork. It is equally important, however, for the team to be in alignment on the direction in which it is going, and on the outcomes it is aiming to achieve.

The Team Alignment Survey measures alignment in two sections:

  1. Team Alignment Report: measures the degree to which team members are in alignment on 
    • Purpose,
    • Values
    • Vision
    • Goals
    • Procedures
    • Roles
  2. The Team Trust Report: measures the degree to which team members perceive the Elements of Trust™, and the values that support them, to be present in the team.
    • Acceptance     supported by Respect and Recognition
    • Openness        supported by Receptivity and Disclosure
    • Congruence    supported by Straightforwardness and Honesty
    • Reliability        supported by Commitments keeping and Excellence seeking

What does it look like ?

Outline

  • Discover Team Alignment Report
  • Discover Team Trust Report
  • Discover your Individual Report
  • Change your mindset as the key to behave differently
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Format

  • 1 individual assessment
  • 1 debrief session for all team members
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    1 one-on-one debrief for the team leader
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    1 one-on-one coaching for all team members
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    1 in-depth team action planning session.

Your package

  • Comprehensive Learning Guide
  • Tools and advice for developing team alignment
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    Option to avail of additional training to increase team alignment and accelerate team achievements.

Team Alignment & Trust workshop Detailed Synopsis

SENIOR TEAM ALIGNMENT

Every CEO knows that it is important for their senior team to be in alignment on critical business decisions. At the same time it is equally important to encourage innovation – to create the opportunity for members of the senior team to challenge existing practices and policies and put forward new ideas.

Healthy debate is vital to any senior team's success, and then there is the time where debate must cease and decisions be made. At this time, members of the team must be flexible enough to put personal interests aside and go with the decision that is best for the organisation.

It's about measuring individual accountability with team accountability.


Senior Team Alignment Process

It covers five critical factors that determine whether you senior team can get into alignment and work together to accelerate achievement of your organisation's vision:

  1. The role of the senior team
  2. Interpersonal flexibility; the willingness to be open and listen to each other's ideas
  3. Developing trust, both within the team and with the employees in the organisation
  4. Gaining agreement on the organisations purpose, values and vision
  5. The motivation to be a team
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