Working at the organisational, team or individual level we address the ‘Dark Matter’ in organisations. It is all around us but we don’t know how to bottle it – but it has a name which is Relational Capital. All interventions should understand how relationships are fundamental to success. As the world becomes increasingly inter-connected and complex no single individual can achieve as much as a collaborative group. Hence the Relational Lens guides us in whatever intervention we take on.
Culture is the most important thing to get right. It is an essential part of all organisations. Culture defines the motivation for progress, change and success.
Leadership today is tougher than it has ever been. The challenges are more ambiguous and changing and our ‘followers’ are more varied and demanding than ever before.
What do the best teams do? They set goals and priorities, they analyse and allocate the work that needs to be done, they ensure that working relationships facilitate performance rather than hinder it.
To remain successful, organisations need to get better at predicting their metaphorical weather. They need ‘barometers’ to indicate how the culture is changing – or how it is failing to change!
You may have thought you’d heard it all – Executive Coaching, Life Coaching, Performance Coaching and now Reality Coaching – a process which fills the gap which is often missing from the other approaches.
Using an analogy from IT – sometimes you find the bug and fix it. Sometimes the bug does not resolve the issue because the programme has several flaws.
Not trained? Need to test someone? Let us help you by providing a Bureau Service. This allows you to harness the power of psychometric tools without the need to undergo specialised training.
What makes you tick? Every single one of us will have some kind of issue with sleep at some point in our lives. It may be a stressor in your life that creates some kind of acute disruption to your sleep, or perhaps you sleep fine but it just never feels like enough. Either way, at Team Focus we are here to help.
We cannot change what we do not know. Building awareness and education around sleep, well-being and performance is the first step to improving.
The last 10 years has seen an exponential increase in wearable technology for assessing sleep. Yet, many of the devices are not validated and can result in miss-interpretation of data. We need to do more to help you understand what it all means.
We are all different. How we look, how we act, how we think and how we sleep. It is crucial to consider this variation in body clocks when trying to manage sleep, well-being and performance.
Changing human behaviour is easier said than done, and so many of us settle for insufficient sleep without realising that there is hope. Individual or group sleep coaching can be used to develop personalised strategies in order to provide meaningful and long-term behavioural change.