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Tue, 12 Dec 2017 18:04:11

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Team work

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The word “teamwork” says it all. But it also says too little or too much and is often misused as a generic, broad category focusing as much on the success of a team as its happiness, motivation or just the fact that they can get along. If teamwork is to be taken seriously, then it is nothing less than what it says: ensuring that a team is able to perform the task and achieve the goals for which it was constituted.

  • Team coaching:

    Therefore teamwork is broad and means sustaining efforts towards and within the team to help ensure that the team performs (trust, support, overcoming obstacle and conflict, mission, vision, alignment…)
    Click here to discover more about OIA “Team Coaching” solutions

  • Shared Visioning & Strategic Planning

    A team is only as good as it enables its members to achieve specific goals, complete a project etc… Therefore the power and effectiveness of the team need to be harnessed to a vision. A vision to be effective cannot stand-alone – the vision of a leader for example – it needs to be shared. A shared vision is truly owned by every stakeholder. From there, it becomes possible to talk about commitments and accountability towards results. In addition, a level of measurement of achievement should be reviewed.
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    • if you are interested in developing commitment and results and a level of measurement of this achievement can be reviewed (accountability)
    • to understand how OIA will help you create a shared vision and engaging the workforce towards the strategic vision of the company