This year long group process builds cohesive teams where trust exists, conflict is productive, everyone is committed, held accountable and focused on collective results.

Leadership team members learn to work together more efficiently and effectively to successfully lead organization transformation.

The following proven team development and group coaching methods are used in off-site locations to create the desired results.

  • Custom designed modules based on the Five Behaviors of a Cohesive Team
  • MBTI modules; Introduction to Type, Conflict Styles, Persuasion and Influence
  • High and low challenge course experiences with Take Flight Adventures
  • Mindfulness exercises focused on centering, presence and awareness
  • Co-Active group coaching

Assessment Tools

The following individual and team assessment tools are used to discover dysfunctional team behaviors, individual strengths or weaknesses and assess team progress.

5 Behaviors of a Cohesive Team Assessment

This on-line assessment tool helps leadership teams understand how, as a team, they score on the key components of The Five Behaviors model: trust, conflict, commitment, accountability, and results. During the final module of this year long development series a second team assessment provides a comparison report of before and after results.

The 5 Behaviors Sample Report

Myers Briggs Type Indicator Assessments

The MBTI assessment is a catalyst for leadership team members to begin a conversation about the similarities and differences in their styles. It is the foundation on which leaders begin to understand one another in different ways and learn about their team and individual types. Without this knowledge, a team has difficulty building trust.

MBTI Sample Report

Leadership Culture Survey Assessment

Used for your entire organization, or just a leadership team, the Leadership Culture Survey reveals valuable data: It tells you how your people view their current leadership culture, and compares that reality to the optimal culture they desire. The “gap” between data on the current culture and the desired outcome instantly reveals key opportunities for leadership team development.