SYSTEMIC TEAM COACHING

INTRODUCTION

Increasingly in the knowledge economy, teams are seen as the work “unit” rather than individuals. Improving the
way people work together within these teams, in a complex and demanding environment, will make a critical
competitive difference.

At The Holland Network we work with a variety of teams using a “Systemic Team Coaching” approach to ensure
our clients build capability and improve performance.

We see the team as existing to create value, with and for all its stakeholders. Our approach focuses on who the
team is there to serve (“outsidein”) and on the future needs the stakeholders have of the team (“futureback”).

Systemic Team Coaching is the latest and most rigorous team development approach.

WHY SYSTEMIC TEAM COACHING

COMMON TEAM
ISSUES

Little clarity of purpose.

Lack of team trust, honesty and openness.
Silo mentality and little collaboration.
No team synergy.

Poor results.

No understanding of stakeholder needs.
Breakdown in stakeholder communication.

Low confidence to drive organisation change.

TEAM COACHING
BENEFITS

Align on common purpose.

Develop collective leadership.

Achieve performance objectives.

Engage with key stakeholders.

Transform the wider business

THE SYSTEMIC TEAM COACHING FRAMEWORK

OUR SYSTEMIC TEAM COACHING PROCESS

1 Contract

Agree success criteria,
process and framework

2 Inquiry

Team briefing, Individual team interviews,
Individual stakeholder interviews,
Identify themes

3 Explore

Share themes with team leader
Agree group coaching agenda

4 Action

Team coaching workshop to
explore themes

5 Review

Review actions / changes

Outputs

Questionnaire, Findings Report, Quantitative and Qualitative data, Identification of themes