Team Development and Executive Coaching
The Effective Syndicate's manufacturing team development and executive coaching aligns your workforce and culture around shared goals.
We offer team development coaching tailored to the specific needs of your organization. Using hands-on coaching in real-time, we will sit with your team—from leadership team and steering committee meetings to performance review meetings—and facilitate discussion about any underlying issues that need to be addressed. We’ll work with the team to improve the communications, accountability, follow-up and execution.
Our approach is based on our belief that culture is the single most important factor in determining the success or failure of an organization. If you have the best processes in the world, but your people hate coming to work everyday, you might be good but you will never be awesome. In order for you to get your people involved, we must move past the business-speak statements and figure out how to help people work together.
This often leads to individual coaching that can help the individual be not only more effective at work, but often times more effective in the rest of their lives in total. This is the foundation of building the "Culture of Awesomeness" that we want and need.
We offer personalized coaching to help your executives clarify their goals, find focus, improve their communications, and boost their overall effectiveness. In the vein of premier-level athletic coach, we’ll provide the unbiased advice and actionable tools that EVP, SVP and C-level executives need to the top of their game, whether they’re new, seasoned, or have just assumed a great deal more responsibility as a result of a reorganization or promotion.
We see ourselves in a position to share the truth and be painfully direct when necessary, giving feedback on issues related to communications, metric alignment, organizational or team culture, and other items that are hard for someone in the organization to discuss. This external and unbiased approach often pays huge dividends to organizations because it helps to develop a more comprehensive perspective on the health of the organization.