We guide individuals and teams from A to B on the principles of B. That is what makes our approach special and convincing; we apply what we talk about.
Our approach and the principles that substantiate our work, are explained below.
You know everything about your context, we know everything about teaming; together we get a good understanding of what exactly your issue is. We position each player on the playing field and ask for his perspective. We then design a program that offers space for experience.
Our program is walk the talk; we do what we say and we let team members experience how what they say and do contributes to the collaboration. We train team members so that they can learn in their daily practice (the 70-20-10 principle). Our way of facilitating, mirroring and confronting is loving.
We value evaluation because it is the basis for improvement. Evaluation interviews are retrospective and prospective for us: which new understanding has emerged? Our evaluations are not anonymous because transparency is the basis of trust.
The individuals and the team have had a positive experience that should be embedded and followed up in practice. We advise how the team can spread its experience and how stakeholders can contribute to it. Together we look at what guidance is still needed.
Principles substantiating our way of working
Teaming begins with the individual
Each team member has the right to their desire to have personal needs met.
Knowing what you need and expressing it
requires self-knowledge, courage and responsibility. In this way you give others guidelines on how to deal with you.
has a positive intention
But the intention can differ from the effect.
That’s what feedback should be about.
Life provides you with lessons
A lesson repeats itself until it is learned. Then new lessons will present themselves. Learning never ends.
Mistakes are incomplete lessons.
Learning is experiencing, reflecting and applying what has been learned
Experiencing and reflecting is not difficult; the challenge appears to be applying the outcome of the reflection the next time. We teach you to learn in and from daily practice.
From A to B
on the principles of B
From the start we work according to B; we do what we say and apply B to ourselves.
That gives recognition.
provide real-life practice situations
Unlike sports teams, we practice less in organizations than we play matches, often not with our direct team members, and not on the playing field.
In our interventions, we practice situations with all team members and the client that are as close to their ‘match’ as possible.
Our relationship with all players
As soon as a participant-trainer or team member-team leader relationship is manifest, (unconsciously) an inequality develops with unspoken expectations. We make those expectations explicit, so that everyone can take their role and responsibility.
has the knowledge and experience
A team is put together to bundle individual knowledge and experience to achieve a certain result.
We unlock this collective knowledge by not providing answers ourselves, but by calling in the collective to do so so that team members experience the power of the collective.
Our customer values
We are convinced that our interventions are valuable. That is why we explicitly ask our customer whether he finds the value in balance with the previously agreed invoice amount. We invite the customer to adjust the amount if he feels there is an imbalance.
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