The skills for building an effective team can be learned. Just as an individual can become a better leader, teams can learn to be more productive and more innovative. IPI's expert team-building consultants can help.
High performance team-building is about instilling new capabilities, identifying strengths, and enabling members to work at their absolute best. To achieve excellence, our consultants provide guidance on team structure and the collaborative skills of team members.
IPI has a proven track record of helping organizations build more effective teams. Our experienced team can assist you in facilitating retreats and working sessions that result in greater team cohesion, collaboration, and results.
“Team-building” carries multiple meaning. From our experience, team-building sessions and activities that focus exclusively on trust, communication and collaboration don’t lead to significant and sustainable changes in performance. Rather, high impact team-building leads people to address critical business issues in real-time with clear objectives building on each member’s unique strengths. This approach allows work to be accomplished while simultaneously building the team. IPI supports teams to enhance strategies, plans, structures, work processes, and products that are clearly linked to higher performance and business outcomes.
Effective teams are not built through personal bonding. They are built when they take on challenges and study the results, experiment with potential solutions, and receive feedback. A strong team is built through experience.
- Facilitated Action Learning Groups
- Individual and Team Coaching
- Group Process Facilitation
- Team Visioning and Planning Session
These tools enable you and your team to deepen and enhance work processes and outcomes, as well as illuminate new possibilities and potentials. We can help you develop ongoing team facilitation skills and turn good performance into something exceptional. Contact us to learn how we’ve assisted countless groups into optimally functioning teams.