Teams can achieve what individuals can’t and over recent years there has been an increased focus how to enhance a teams’ performance.
In 1999 Katzenbach and Smith described teams as: ‘A small number of people with complimentary skills, who are committed to a common purpose, performance goals and approach, for which they hold themselves mutually accountable.’
Team coaching recognizes that a team is a (complex) ‘system’ that can be pro-atively developed. David Clutterbuck described it in 2009 as: ‘helping the team improve performance and the processes by which performance is achieved, through reflection and dialogue.”
Martin has worked with teams, improving their performance across a wide range of sectors and regions He is also an Adjunct Faculty member of the Global Team Coaching Institute.