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to High Performing Team (HPT) development. As Peter Hawkins says “The team development journey should never be seen as a place of arrival … the environment, subsystems and interrelationships between them are constantly changing.”

I am working intensively with a team that I have known for a very long time. They are taking time out to reflect on where they were, are, and want to be. It is proving to be a very powerful exercise resulting in a huge amount learning and connection. And there sure have been some bumps in that road. Part of the story that stands out for me is the significant impact the unpredictable environment has on the teams ability to stick to agreed focus areas and plans.

If you would like to understand more about HPT's and how your team can learn collectively through reflection, please get in touch.


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Proud to be speaking on this topic with Tammy Turner, MCC, Master EIA and ITCA, GISA. Join us for some real life exposure to Team Coaching.... click the link below to register.


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This month I am working with a team supporting them transition from their current leader (let’s call him Snow White) and bring in the new (let’s call him Little Red Riding Hood). The team want to spend some time reflecting on the past, what they have accomplished and learnt, where they are now, and what they want and need in the future. In other words, creating a team story.

The team didn’t need much prompting to ask for this to be the focus of our work together this month. So proud of this teams growth journey (despite some bumps along the way).

Snow White doesn’t need to be leaving to prompt working on your team story. If you would like to find out more or try it out, please get in touch.


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