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On teams …..
The notion of team-ing has been widely adopted as the fundamental building block for sustaining business success, in our changing and volatile global economy.

Yet despite widespread recognition of the power of the team, many teams fail to be effective in delivering organisational benefits. In most cases team failure can be attributed to three key corrosive factors:

failed recognition of another's behavioural intent

The result is generally deconstruction of team vision, unity, and member commitment. When this occurs, the team environment fragments, enabling the debilitating effects of individual and team stress to set in, and as always when the individual becomes stressed, so too does the team, or teams, that they are a part of and potentially the whole organisation.

Our Effective Team-Ship programmes will benefit organisations and individuals that wish to successfully develop and lead advanced team-ing initiatives, enhancing team processes, output and member experience. We help them establish shared visions and common goals, resulting in organisational unity and differentiation, whilst fuelling collective employee success.

On decision making …

Steps towards reaching a group consensus can be modelled by using one of many methods. Decision analytical methods have been shown to work effectively within a facilitated group session. It gives a framework within which issues and concerns can be explored by making use of expertise and judgement from members of the group. Competing 'solutions' can be examined to highlight strengths and weaknesses. It can also help to provide an overall organisational perspective by testing the sensitivity of salient issues identified at lower levels within the organisation, e.g. the essence of implementation.

In short, the above processes offer the following benefits:

It allows individuals and groups to focus on the problem at hand, whilst an external facilitator manages the decision making process and helps to build a requisite picture based on input from individuals.
It activates a creative process, enabling individuals and groups to examine the problem further through the emergence of new insights.
It helps to dissolve misunderstanding and to resolve differences.
It enables the evaluation of the impact of different viewpoints.
It promotes team-working, leading to a commitment to implementation.

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