WHAT WE MEAN BY ‘TOP TEAM DEVELOPMENT’
Getting down to the nitty gritty
Encouraging individuals and teams to judge, with honesty, where the current obstacles to achieving success are and what needs to change . We’re not saying it’s easy, but it always gets results.
Developing brilliant and stimulating creative exercises that cut through the clutter, inspiring teams to see and do things differently.
A completely tailored approach
Using tried and tested tools and models such as Kotter and MBTI, but tailored to meet your needs. And we can work whichever way suits you best, whether that’s through an existing framework of your choice, an adaptation of one, or by taking an entirely new approach created from scratch.
Developing genuine partnerships
Working closely with you at every point from planning through to evaluation beyond. Change doesn’t happen overnight – it takes time and effort and, like you, we’re in it for the long run.
“We love working with Maier. Through a coordinated programme of individual coaching and team development they have really helped us to step up our leadership to the next level – and then challenged us to go even further. Karyn and the team offer masses of enthusiasm and support, cutting edge ideas and best practice, and when needed a big dollop of tough love. If you’re seeking excellence, I highly recommend them”.
I just wanted to say a huge thank you to Ella and Karyn for today. Everyone has come away very pleased and with a lot of insight into how we can be better leaders and a more effective team. Very very positive – and (as ever) brilliantly choreographed!
COMMON THEMES WE ADDRESS WITH TOP LEADERS AND THEIR TEAMS
Establishing shared aspirations and ambitions; committing to the group and each other in order to achieve success.
Developing a sense of identity as a team; framing the role of the group and the value it adds
Creating allegiances; aligning personal and group priorities
Cultivating a HOT (honesty, openness and trust) and collaborative environment; encouraging more challenge and some ‘straight-talking’