Organizations are increasingly relying on teams to produce results.

Many of these teams are cross-functional, drawing on the diversity of functions within the organization and cutting across reporting relationships and areas of responsibility. So it is very simple for teams to hold the best intentions and still find themselves off track relative to the results they must deliver.

How a team performs depends on the managment of two major factors: performance and process. The performance factor focuses on what results are expected of the team and is closely aligned to team leadership. The process factor focuses on how the team interacts and behaves, requiring effective facilitation.

We have more than 10 years of in-depth experience working with executive and operational teams to add value by optimizing the team member's abilities to think through and discuss the goals, priorities and challenges involved in delivering results.

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