Committed and collaboratives management teams with team dynamics.
A programme that changes the way teams interact, to modify behaviours and improve performance.
A COMMITTED TEAM
OBTAIN BETTER RESULTS
By changing working relationships, we will identify new ways of doing things to build trust and commitment around a common project.
It is the team itself that identifies how to improve their working methods and the relationships between them.
Participation and recognition of contributions, develop a sense of belonging.
Sponsoring the solution is a guarantee of involvement and commitment while developing cohesion.
By modifying the context, we influence people's behaviour, redefining what can and cannot happen.
The Information Systems and Technology Division members identify how to improve participation, autonomy and decision-making capacity.
The steering committee develops new working systematics to improve efficiency and cohesion.
The management team improves the unity of action and develops a quick decision-making capacity, facing an adverse market situation.
The management team of multinational's main factory identifies the causes of a lack of coordination and proposes solutions while improving recognition.
Do you want to have a committed team paddling in the same direction?
HOW DO WE DO IT
We measure, through individual interviews with managers, some factors of their relationship as a team, to see what aspects of their working day-to-day must change.
After the analysis, with the whole team, we work on the development levers. Later on, we follow-up and ensure the implementation of the acquired commitment.
SIX STRUCTURAL ELEMENTS
THAT INFLUENCE BEHAVIOUR
The systemic structure is the pattern of interactions and relationships between the different components of a team.
We are thinking of changing the systems, not because of a problem or an inappropriate person, but because of the set of conditions surrounding the individual and generating the problem