team coaching - the living systems approach

Components of the Living Systems Approach – change from within that radiates outward to create learning, increased performance capacity and organizational results!

Components of the Living Systems Approach – change from within that radiates outward to create learning, increased performance capacity and organizational results!

Adria created the Living Systems Approach™ to coaching which consists of innovative tools and processes to create high performance teams.  In these changing times, a strong and healthy team is essential for a vibrant workplace to deliver high performance results and achieve corporate goals.      

The traditional "command and control" approach to teams is obsolete.  It is no longer a question of capturing their minds and their hearts will follow.  In fact the paradigm has been inverted, capture their hearts and their minds will follow.  

 

The Living Systems Approach™ is the process by which teams can transform.  

  • Designed for leaders and organizations that want to move beyond a "Band-Aid" solution.  
  • For those willing to take an in-depth look in an effort to create lasting change and a vibrant workplace.  
  • Opposite of a cookie-cutter approach; the uniqueness of the team and the talents of the individuals within will be surfaced.
  • Is a system that acknowledges individuals enrich the experiences of the collective team and is a proven process for transformation.
  • Interactive for each team member as they will actively participate in the process of self-discovery and learning. 
  • A way to deepen individual learning and create momentum to raise the teams overall performance capacity. 
  • A proven way to achieve true transformation of your team and organization.

Adria will guide teams through this system to increase performance capacity while gently pushing boundaries; resulting in the development of new skills in individuals that are truly transformational. 

Team Coaching is often used for:

  • Teams at the Top
  • Senior Leadership Teams
  • Project Teams
  • Teams in Crisis
  • Start-up Teams
  • Virtual teams

The Focus of Team Coaching Varies:

  • Individual and Collective Self-Discovery and Learning
  • Collaboration
  • Common Vision and Purpose
  • Trust and Openness
  • Decision Making (buy in & stay in)
  • Mutual Accountability
  • Confronting Difficult Conversations
  • Resolving Conflicts
  • Cultural Change
  • Increased Capacity
“The Living Systems Approach is a method that transforms groups and teams through conversations and experiential activities that evolve specifically from the team’s unique context and mandate.”
— Adria Trowhill