Athletic Teams Have Coaches. Does Your Business Team?
I'm a big believer that the absence of certainty provides the very opportunity to create it.
As a team coach, I work with busy teams who find it difficult to accomplish what they need to accomplish. Specifically...
• Executive teams
• Business unit teams
• Project teams
• Newly formed teams
• Teams with new members
• Seek greater alignment
• Face communication challenges
• Want to clarify direction
• Are overwhelmed with tasks
• Want to make more effective decisions
To help them:
• Better manage team dynamics
• Find clarity in goals, roles, norms and communication
• Align team norms, strategies, and objectives with their company’s objectives
• Turn unproductive team meetings into meetings feed curiosity and empower action
• Enhance team communication and decision making
Team alignment, team dynamics, team communication, team decision making.
I leverage the specialized knowledge of high performance teams gleaned from my experience in the Navy SEAL Teams and management consulting to help teams clarify their purpose, reignite their passion, and disrupt complacency for the positive.
Jeff challenges you to answer tough questions. This self-reflection has been an important exercise to guide me towards a path, which represents the values I would like to display as a manager.
Stavros P., Post Conflict Reconstruction Specialist
I have known Jeff for over (20) years and since he was young, everyone who came in contact with him knew he would be a leader in whatever field he chose. Fortunately for all of us, he chose the military and he did not disappoint. (more…)
Spencer A., MA, CPP, Project Coordinator, Florida
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