High Performance Teams.
In our experience, most team development programs either only cover the basics or are missing out on all the recent research on what makes for high performance teams. For example, many people in organisations have learned an approach to teams and collaboration that assumes more collaboration is a good thing, but it isn’t.
Not all teams are the same and bad collaboration is worse than no collaboration. The question is not one of how to get people to collaborate more but rather what is the difference between good and bad collaboration?
Our High Performance Teams line of service is not a standard program – it comes in various configurations which combined with real-world opportunities to practice, develops people to significantly raise the bar on their ability to release collaboration in themselves and be able to collaboratively problem solve with their teams.