Developing Effective Teams
Creating High Performing Teams in the 21st Century
To accomplish the goals of today and tomorrow, teams must build trust, honor commitments, master conflict, embrace accountability and focus on results. Based on Patrick Lencioni’s powerful book, The Five Dysfunctions of a Team, we bring you a highly successful and practical team effectiveness process. Participants gain new insights, develop new skills and take action to achieve effective results collaboratively in the pursuit for organizational success.
Ahria Consulting provides you with a tested and proven framework that establishes clear-cut rules of engagement for your team. Your team will dramatically improve trust among members, engage in constructive conflicts, establish common language and expectations for achieving shared business objectives.
Assess Specific Needs
Assessments identify the specific needs and challenges of each team member and the team as a whole.
Participants explore critical areas that contribute to team effectiveness and that drive results.
The shared team objectives become clear and create synergy among team members.
At the conclusion of the experience, teams are inspired to tackle projects with renewed trust, collaboration, energy and commitment.
One to Two Day Workshops
The principles can be delivered in succinct one to two-day workshops or over an extended period of time allowing for the implementation of newly developed skills.
Optional one-on-one coaching for the leader and team members is often added to accelerate behavioural change and increase performance.
Develop Your High Performing Team
Today’s teams, and those of tomorrow, exist in the office, at home, across town or across the globe. Challenged to optimize team dynamics, increase productivity, manage costs and successfully compete, organizations turn to Ahria Consulting to develop high-performing teams for a future which will be unlike any previously seen!
“…this had a huge impact on our team’s ability to be successful in achieving our goals…”
“…I am convinced this will continue to add value to our entire organization.”