Great teamwork is the combined action of a group, especially when efficient and effective, working towards a shared purpose.
But how do you get them there?
We use Herrmann International’s Whole Brain Thinking® approach to explore the thinking preferences within your team, maximising their strengths and making them aware of potential blind spots aligning them all to better communicate.
Taking a step back and examining how everyone thinks in different situations is often very revealing.
It can cast “difficult” communication issues in a whole new light, and show clear and effective ways to resolve them.
This may initially take you out of your comfort zone but the reward of effective inter-team communication is huge.
Teams leave our workshops with a whole new respect and appreciation for each other, because they have gained a new level of understanding of themselves, each other, and the value of diverse thinking styles, working together.
Using their ‘whole brain’ your team will be able to approach problems, communicate and make critical decisions, more effectively.
They will work as a productive unit, diverse by design and intent on achieving world class results.
Created by Jenny Powell on the January 11, 2019
Towards the end of last year I was looking forward to working with the leadership team of a charitable organisation. The new Managing Director, who had recently joined the business, knew that the established, experienced team he had in place could be even more effective, productive and fulfilled, if they worked together better. The very […]
Created by Sue Farmer on the November 30, 2017
I’d like to share this brief extract from my second “Transforming Mind Matters” podcast with Social Media Angel Katie Brockhurst, where I shared a recent anecdote: “I had a bit of an interesting week. I was lucky in that I had the opportunity to observe a board meeting in preparation for some development work I am […]
Created by Jenny Powell on the June 4, 2015
Thought Gen X was tough to manage and motivate? Well, what about Generation Y, otherwise known as the Millennials? Those born between the early 80s and the early noughties fall into this category. They are now well and truly a part of the workforce and present a whole different array of opportunities and challenges. They […]