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Effective collaboration is key to achieving high productivity and results, whether it’s a functional, managerial, or project team. However, when team members fail to work together harmoniously, performance suffers, impacting everyone involved.

Do you observe signs of hostility, conflicting goals, or unclear expectations within your teams? These are indicators of an unhealthy team dynamic. To prevent such detrimental effects, proactive measures must be taken to enhance team performance, even when objectives are being met.

One powerful approach to support team improvement is through individual coaching and team coaching. It serves as a valuable and indispensable management and leadership tool, enabling you to guide your team toward the next level of success.

A study published in the Frontier’s Journal revealed that coaching had a stronger effect on people’s actions than their attitudes or personal characteristics. This means that executive coaching, especially cognitive behavioral activities, can greatly impact how people behave. 

The study also showed positive effects on specific outcomes like self-confidence, mental strength, and resilience, proving that executive coaching can bring about meaningful changes even in areas that are typically stable over time. The number of coaching sessions did not affect the results, but the length of the coaching program did have an impact on people’s attitudes.