SuperTeams™ Team Effectiveness Tools
Globalisation, evolving technology and social media have changed how we connect and work with others. Utilisation of teams in business has increased, but the traditional organisational structure no longer defines the team. The ability for individuals and teams to collaborate effectively is now more vital than ever for organisational effectiveness.
The SuperTeams™ series of workshops and team performance tools are based on the research of clinical psychologist Dr. Paul Marciano and HR guru Clinton Wingrove.
Built around Dr. Marciano's principles of RESPECT™, each solution provides practical, relevant and comprehensive tools and strategies to help individuals, leaders, teams and organisations understand the significance of organisational culture and human interactions on team performance. They provide the foundations for positive, sustainable changes that impact productivity, creativity, engagement, morale and bottom line results.
Executive Briefing - aimed at executives and senior leaders wishing to develop an effective strategy to improve productivity, engagement or behaviours. The briefing can be run as a stand-alone workshop for small groups or as part of a larger conference or guest speaker slot.
Team Coaching - provides the foundations for teams to reflect on current performance, identify behavioural drivers and blockers of team effectiveness, develop and implement strategies to improve cohesion and collaboration, and achieve measurable change in engagement, advocacy, productivity, creativity and morale.
Team Assessment - A multi-rater feedback instrument which seeks 360 team feedback on perceived behaviours, enabling the team to diagnose the extent to which they apply the principles of RESPECT™ providing the foundations for team coaching.
Workshops - available as a half or full day event, the workshops are ideal for established or newly-formed intact teams seeking to improve or maximise team performance or for mixed groups of professionals wishing to improve team performance within their own teams or organisations.