An organisation’s Team Effectiveness can be the difference between the success or failure of any vision, strategy or project.

Any organisational objective, be it large or small, is only as good as the team tasked with achieving it. In large organisations, cross-functional teams can easily become unwieldy, disorganised and distracted from their goals.

Our Team Effectiveness Training Workshops and Tools help companies to achieve optimal results by equipping their cross functional teams with the skills to overcome these challenges.

Team Effectiveness Workshops

Our Team Effectiveness Workshops are custom designed to optimise team performance. Equipping cross-functional team members with the skills they need to recognise each other’s strengths, improve communication and achieve consistently better outcomes.

Our workshops are designed to introduce, reinforce and engrain positive changes to the way teams work together based on three simple but important principles…

Define the Scope

Agreeing the scope of an objective, large or small, and clearly defining a team’s role within it helps to avoid teams getting ‘lost in the weeds’ and keeps them focused on the tasks that they need to achieve.

AvenueBio help teams to routinely establish these boundaries as part of a project kick-off and to review and reinforce them as a project progresses.

Consider Personalities

High performing teams need to recognise each other’s personality profiles and consider the implications when interacting. Overlooking this can lead to missing important contributions and/or avoiding difficult subjects.

AvenueBio Consulting employs techniques to help the team to recognise and embrace different personality types – leading to more honest and productive discussion and outcomes.

Capture Everyone's Input

To ensure that everyone’s point of view is heard, AvenueBio focuses on balanced engagement across the team. Helping team members to interact more effectively when face to face and also indirectly using digital tools and platforms.

These different approaches encourage equal contribution from all team members, allowing different opinions or challenging questions to be voiced and debated.