We work with you to understand where your team is now, where you want to be and how we can help get you there.
What do you mean by Team Development?
Team development is about harnessing the strengths of the team and creating real value for your business.
What does a high performing team even look like?
A high performing team looks like a team that is working towards a common purpose, achieving great results and working effectively together.
We get great results as individuals, why do we need to worry about the team?
Imagine if you could take all of these great individuals and get them to work together to achieve even more. No team wins a football match by just having a great striker!
02. Enabling Virtual Teams
What can we do to make our Virtual meetings more effective?
It's all about the preparation! You need to get really clear about your desired outcomes and design an engaging and interactive session that delivers against these.
My Team is Global/European and we have to work remotely. what services can you offer to support us?
Our support can be anything from top tips for working remotely to designing and facilitating your meetings with you. We have expertise in both so please get in touch!
Surely face to face is always better?
Face-to-face and virtual meetings both have their advantages. Virtual meetings are a great solution when you are managing a global team, when you want to save time and money on travel and can be very productive and time efficient.
03. Facilitating Meetings
What does a facilitator do?
A good facilitator plans, designs and leads a group event. Their job is to ensure that you meet your objectives, have fruitful conversations, and that, generally, the group gets what they need and want out of a gathering.
What benefits does a facilitator bring?
A good facilitator will:
Have experience in designing both face-to-face and virtual sessions, keeping the desired outcome in mind, which ensures you get what you need out of a meeting.
Guide groups expertly through decision making processes enabling you to focus on your input rather than the process.
Be able to listen, further clarify and document exactly what they hear without any 'filters' as they have no personal agenda.
04. Managing Change
What is Change Management?
Change Management is the application of a structured process and set of tools for leading the people side of any change. It starts at the level of each individual involved and then extends to ensure businesses and communities increase the likelihood of their change being implemented successfully.
Why do I need a Change Manager?
A change manager will play a key role in ensuring projects and change initiatives meet objectives on time and on budget by increasing employee adoption and usage. This person will focus on the people side of change, including changes to business processes, systems and technology, job roles and organisation structures.
05. Capturing Knowledge
How much time does it take to capture knowledge?
Time to capture knowledge varies based on a few factors, such as the depth and complexity of the knowledge; the accessibility of people with the knowledge in their heads; and how the knowledge will ultimately be shared.
Can you capture knowledge after someone has left the business?
To an extent, yes – we call this 'reconstructing' knowledge.
What do you do with the knowledge once it is captured?
It can be turned into e-learning or reference material depending on how often it is likely to be re-used / accessed.
What is a 'learning organisation'?
A learning organisation is a business that has a culture of retaining knowledge and making decisions using that knowledge.