Teams need more than ‘uniforms’

In organizations as well as sports, it takes more than uniforms to build a winning team.  Teams need a coach, someone to direct the strategy.  The coach needs to maximize the potential strengths of the team members and unify the involvement of the individuals to create a successful outcome.

You might be a board, a project team, or a close-knit group of managers who need to make strategic decisions.  In order to be effective, the team members, under the leadership of a manager or ‘coach’, need to understand communication differences in the way that they, and the rest of the team, receive and disseminate information.  This can reduce the chance of conflict and misunderstanding, which gets in the way of decision making and sometimes creates situations whereby full input is not communicated and taken into consideration.

Team-building workshops based on the Myers-Briggs® Step II assessment and created for the specific needs of your organization can change the way your team members communicate and approach decision-making.  To find out more on how we can assist your team please visit our team at then contact us for a free consultation.

About laurencerumming

Background in business management, in particular human resources. Business Management Certificate, Certified in Myers-Briggs Type Indicator®, and Strong Interest Inventory®. "Our passion is to raise the potential of organizations and individuals through the understanding of human interaction in the workplace and in life."
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