Our typical coaching programme works with a team in crisis for 12 – 18 months to shift unhealthy behaviours and underlying habits. Work starts with a collective discovery phase to gather stakeholder information on what the current reality is for individual team members, the team as a whole, and the impacts the team is having on the wider organisation. This is fed back to the team, reactions and responses to ‘what is’ are assessed, and an initial developmental diagnosis is co-created. For some teams, it may be appropriate for members to engage in a STAGES Assessment so further insights can be gained into the team dynamics and further recommendations identified for the team’s development.
After the discovery phase, the team engages in a series of group sessions held every 4 – 6 weeks, with individuals holding 1:1 sessions during the intervals. At key points during the coaching work, further stakeholder input is gained to assess progress and impacts. If appropriate, at the end of the programme, team members are invited to do a follow up assessment of their stages of development.