There’s a lovely lead article in this week’s Sheridan Weekly about team development. For teams to become more than the sum of their parts, it says, effective team development requires the nurturing of both individual and collective skills, as well as behaviours and attitudes beneficial for team dynamics, cohesion and trust.
Collective and individual development needs to be aligned and synchronised. Team performance increases when individual members are progressing, while collectively working towards a team development.
This very much echoes the themes of our recent Sheridan Resolutions Breakfast Summit Series on Team Coaching, aimed at HR thought leaders and senior business decision-makers – and a forthcoming paper on the subject.
Caroline Sheridan, Chair, Workplace and Employment CMC group and Founder of Sheridan Resolutions