Team & Leadership Coaching:
The company's goals are achieved
by the PEOPLE working in it
team сoaching
Team & Leadership Coaching:
The company's goals are achieved by the PEOPLE working in it

An effective team

-is one where a small group of people with complementary skills are equally dedicated to the mission, sharing responsibility for common goals, tasks, and work approach.
In simple terms, this is
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common goals
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clear roles
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defined processes
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mutual trust
Do you have such a team?
Then I sincerely congratulate you on real success; no need to continue reading!
But if your team is 'falling behind' in one or more areas, it’s worth considering team coaching.
But if your team is 'falling behind' in one or more areas, it’s worth considering team coaching.
team сoaching
What for?
  • Business is made by people. It is necessary to build a people-oriented culture
  • A leader influences the quality of life for other team members
  • Candidates choose companies. Now is their time. Strong individuals, with a high level of professional maturity, choose companies where they will be heard

Key trends in management:

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employee well-being culture
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continuous learning
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adaptive leadership
Main requests that team coaches work with:
building trust, resolving conflicts, fostering partnership dialogue, sharing competencies in self-regulation and emotional state regulation skills
strategic sessions for developing short-term and long-term business strategies, goals, missions
- enhancing team productivity through role management, work processes, and group responsibility; audit and retrospective analysis
Main designs of team coaching sessions:
  • SPRINTS (short&frequent sessions)

    —  2 to 4 hours every 5 -14 days
    —  usually online
    —  3−10 participants
    —  work in a "today - tomorrow" mode
    —  participants come prepared, with conclusions from the previous sprint
    —  suitable for fostering emotional team bonding and addressing emotional states
    —  the entire course of work is recorded in Miro that can be saved
  • ONE-DAY Team sessions

    —  6 to 8 hours of intensive work, monthly
    —  8-16 participants
    —  online/offline
    —  work in a "tomorrow - day after tomorrow" mode
    —  suitable for retrospectives of the previous stage with conclusions
    —  2 consecutive daily sessions can be done with the purpose of problem-solving and overcoming obstacles


    —  2-3 days for 8-9 hours each
    —  yearly or every 6 months
    —  not exceeding 12-18 participants
    —  offline
    —  suitable for creating vision, mission, charters, rules, agreements, strategy and its implementation

    —  with the leader and key team members
    —  1 - 2 hours once a week
    —  online/offline
    —  various topics: leader's state, conflict and needs, team relationships, resources and energy, goals and motivations, decision-making and problem-solving.
Work process steps:
Negotiations with the client online or offline
preliminary agreement on the tasks and objectives of the sessions
Getting to know the team
understanding the team’s request
Preparation of a commercial proposal
shaping the final request and signing the contract
Preparation for project implementation
creating the design and organizing the session, preparing the leader and team for work if necessary
Project implementation
conducting a session and development of a team agreement
Project review
feedback and further steps

My values

Openness and integrity are my core values.
I won't try to sell you something your team doesn't need right now. I'm transparent in everything I do and I’m open to talk about what I notice in your team. I dislike boring tasks and meetings and try not to make them boring for others. However, I'm also structured and consistent. Working with teams teaches me to respect every step toward solving a problem. Moreover, I understand your time is limited, so I don't waste it.
Courage is my guiding value because to determine if an experience is worthwhile, you have to take a step and test the hypothesis. Without courage, ideas and plans often stagnate.
Systematic thinking and vision are the foundation of working with businesses. We don't work in a vacuum, so it's important to keep in mind all the aspects that influence the team. Friendliness and humor are also on my list which often helps me to break the ice in the hearts of the team.
I won't suggest you just funny “jumping” team games or endlessly “polishing” problem areas with trainings. My work with the team involves deep bonding, alignment with common goals, and building connections within the team.

I use a coaching approach, interactive activities, reflection, facilitation in effective business techniques, and models.
If something resonated with you in this text, then we might be on the same page.
Feel free to contact me to discuss our areas of alignment.