Together we get better results
Work with Vendum to get the most out of your team.
Coaching methods for individuals are no less effective for groups. Group coaching suits management teams, working groups, or company divisions working towards common goals. Vendum helps leaders transform group of individuals into a unified team.
At Vendum complete confidentiality is maintained and our coaches operate according to the strict ethical standards set forth by the International Coaching Federation (ICF).
The lack ability to follow through is often a major challenge for those looking to improve. A client might be successful in terms of ideas, clear goals, and enthusiasm, but somehow when push comes to shove, roadblocks appear and inhibit the team from fully executing the project from start to finish. Instead, they find themselves stuck in a seemingly uphill battle. At Vendum we can help you recover and set you on the right track with best practices for working group and team settings.
Times of Change
The saying, “easier said than done,” is quite appropriate when it comes to change.
Managers are often faced with a wide array of challenges and obstacles, such as diminishing employee participation, communication issues, and unclear clear job responsibilities.
When coaching teams through times of transition, Vendum aims to prepare and empower team members to deliver better results throughout and after the transition. The main focus is on overcoming the challenges that stand in the way of effective change and increase team engagement.
Examples of group coaching through transitions include:
Changes in work processes
Changes in organizational structure
New technology implementation
Mergers and acquisitions
Changes in job titles/responsibilities
Studies show that only 10-30% of companies effectively implement their strategy. Yet, effective strategy implementation is what enables management and employees to contribute to the common goal. It’s a major factor in determining whether performance targets are met.
Implementing new strategy is challenging, especially when accompanied by changes in company structure, values, and culture. Strong leadership is vital at a time when power relationships are evolving and new processes and attitudes emerge –both positive and negative. Often managers and employees are in uncharted territory and must learn the ropes all over again.
In working groups we often find ourselves among of group of individuals with whom we have little in common. Regardless, we must work together to accomplish our goal.
Examples of working groups include:
New manager training
Improved communication skills
Decentralization and delegation