As followers of the Team Alchemy community, you will no doubt have come across a number of publications and research over the last few years referring to the “rise of teams”.
EY’s 2013 report “How Companies Use Teams To Drive Performance” reveals “an overwhelming majority of respondents think that their organization’s ability to develop and manage teams will be essential for their future competitiveness.”
Last year Deloitte’s research “Global Human Capital Trends 2016” speaks of CEOs reshaping their businesses around a new organizational model: a ”network of teams”.
We are committed to helping leaders with the things that actually make a difference to performance.
Research tells us the world is looking for a robust and objective approach to teams.
The Team Alchemy System database (teams we have worked with) has now grown to over a 1000 teams of varying types that have been measured in both their teamwork and collaboration with external stakeholders.
Combined with our long history of coaching teams you can understand why we are quietly excited about the next few years.
(Both the reports I link to in this post are available online, at no cost. I recommend them as invaluable reading, and congratulate both organizations for making such rich publications free to the world.)
The number of Facilitator-Coaches accredited globally in the Team Alchemy System continues to grow. If becoming one of these is of interest to you, and you are based in Europe, consider being at the program running in May in Nice, France. Click here for information.