It's the Basics and Intangibles
We Build Real Teams and Some Exceptional, Truly High-Performance Ones
Having performed extensive work in team development and recognizing both the nuances of the team context and the ingredients that bring high performing teams alive, we work with a myriad of team types. They include: executive teams, cross-organizational leadership teams, short-standing and long-term project teams, in-place teams reflective of defined organizational structure, and matrix-oriented, cross-functional, multi-disciplined teams. Which is really needed–teams or work groups? What is the ultimate goal–synergistic realization or a consolidation of individual bests? The organization’s realities, framed within the current situation and strategic intent, all contribute to determine answers and identify the appropriate approach.
A Performance of Bests
Although each organization has its specific questions, answers, challenges and realities, there is one constant. Performance and realization of bests are derived through intentional cycles of development, cycles that build on strengths and address both the visible and intangible elements of team performance. Solid team performance is rarely haphazard. Well targeted and customized team development work, performed with flair, imagination, and solid fundamentals are the hallmarks of successful organizations–and an Avastone tradition.
What you can see, you can feel.