Cooperation

What’s the difference between a team and a group? What’s the main difference between a team taking on responsibility together and individual team members shifting responsibility onto one another? I take a look at the answers to these questions and use them to support teams in finding a way to pull together. “Nobody is perfect, but a team can be.”

Every team goes through prototypical phases before it successfully pools resources together and pulls together. Using these resources correctly pays off in the end: the result is work that is more enjoyable and much more efficient, with fewer losses as a result of friction. It is no longer a big deal if tension and friction do arise from time to time. This is because dealing with them effectively will become second nature to you, and you can put this skill into practice in your day-to-day work.

  1. Team building
  2. Management teams’ ability to act quickly in difficult situations
  3. Consulting for family businesses, e.g. forming ownership and management structures that satisfy all parties involved
  4. Strategic employee development
  5. Shaping organizational learning
  6. Developing adaptable and stable organizations
  7. Finding a common direction and orientation
  8. Professionalizing operational and organizational structure
  9. Experience-oriented leadership training and team building seminars in the great outdoors