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Team Chartering Program

We've compiled all the elements needed to align on the 'what', 'why' and 'how' of team life

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A high performing team has to have a high level of trust. How can we enable trust? The Team Charter.

We often combine this customizable series of workshops with individual and leadership coaching in order to make sure team members are set up for maximum success.

definition of a team

There are many ways to measure the health of a team. Not every team works the same way or values the same things. There's no universal guide that every team can follow to guarantee success.

With a team charter, your group will have a shared understanding of how they best work together. This understanding will include details on common purpose, values and roles. This will be a key milestone in your team's onward journey, informing their heading and giving guidance when times get tough.

In this series of facilitated workshop, we'll guide you through the essential conversations needed to build your team's charter. We'll cover areas such as roles and responsibilities, core values, group norms, and key metrics. Your team will leave the workshop with a complete, first iteration of their charter that they can begin to use immediately.

In particular, you will...

  • Use storytelling techniques to develop and refine a shared vision for the team.
  • Identify the key values that the team holds in high-regard.
  • Design a working agreement that accounts for shared values and culture.
  • Explore versions of the future to 'test' the mission and values.
  • Participate in a detailed accountability exercise that unpacks assumptions and exposes the team to each others' expectations.
  • Co-design an aligned first iteration of your team charter.
  • Agree upon a process for keeping the charter up to date and in sync with your teams actions.

In addition to offering dedicated workshops and programs for teams, we hold regular sessions that are open to individuals. If you'd be interested participating as an individual, let us know...

Everyone is responsible for creating the conditions where the work gets done; no one can do it on their own.

Robert Poynton