Business Team Coaching
to Build Trust and Enhance Collaboration
For team members who want to develop the skills to make joint decisions, to build trust, to manage conflict, and to communicate and collaborate effectively, People First Productivity Solutions offers small group business team coaching and our unique “Debinars” (highly interactive sessions led by Deb Calvert, as opposed to typical “broadcast” webinars).
Unlike the impersonal and rote instruction sometimes passed off as coaching, we engage all team members so they can see for themselves how to apply the learning and to realize benefits for themselves and for the team.
Is Business Team Coaching Right for My Organization?
Coaching isn’t for everyone. You’ll benefit from business coaching when your corporate team is ready for it and open to it. Take this 15-question self assessment to determine if business team coaching is a viable solution for you at this time.
Why Consider a Professional Corporate Coach?
Coaching isn’t the same as mentoring, managing, teaching or supporting. Credentialed business coaches follow a strict code of ethics and have been trained to help you find your own solutions and reach the goals you set for yourself and your team.
When You’re Ready to Go to the Next Level,
Contact Us for Coaching
Let’s screen each other and see if the fit is good. Business team coaching is often done by phone, and Deb has coached Executives and Managers on five continents via Skype and phone. Why not call today? Contact us for more information about professional coaching
Why Every Team Pursuing Excellence Should Consider a Professional Coach:
Coaching for professional development is now the rule rather than the exception for successful executives, emerging leaders, and effective business teams. A survey by Right Management Consultants found that 86% of companies used coaching to develop the skills of high potential leaders. One reason for this surge in business team coaching is that it really works – A study conducted by Manchester, Inc. demonstrated that companies realized a return on coaching that was 5.7 times greater than what they invested. The quantifiable results included improvements in productivity, quality, organizational strength, customer service, employee retention, cost reductions and bottom line profitability. In a Harvard Business Review article, noted author and executive coach Ram Charan said “There’s no question that future leaders will need constant coaching. As the business environment becomes more complex, they will increasingly turn to coaches for help in understanding how to act. The kind of coaches I am talking about will do more than influence behaviors; they will be an essential part of the leader’s learning process, providing knowledge, opinions, and judgment in critical areas.”