The Kannetic Team Coach is an online application that enables teams to take an agile, continuous, data-driven, and collaborative approach to working better together. The Team Coach helps teams objectively assess together the strengths and challenges in their teamwork, identify a few specific steps they can take to improve in their most challenging areas, and then stay accountable together to ensure they make progress improving their team performance.
Kannetic Team Coach is easy to use and flexible. It can be administered simply by team leaders, team members, HR business representatives, and external consultants and coaches. It requires no complicated set up and can be integrated into existing team meetings and processes. Most importantly, it is a time efficient process, based on decades of research on the drivers of effective teams. Through just a few hours a year of focused conversation with your team, the Team Coach helps you to build together ever stronger and more effective teamwork.
How Does it Work?
The Team Coach helps you apply research-driven insight about what creates successful teams through a rapid structured dialogue with your team members. Decades of scientific research and industry practice have made it clear what leads to effective teamwork. While a number of popular teamwork models exist – they all converge on 10 essential elements of effective teaming:
- A sense of dependability across team members
A sense of mutual respect & trust across team members
A sense of shared commitment & belonging across team members
Team member alignment on a focused set of team priorities
Team member alignment on team values
Clarity of team decision-making process
Clarity of team purpose & impact
Clarity of team roles & responsibilities
Ability of team members to constructively challenge & conflict with each other
Open & honest communication across team members
Kannetic’s Team Coach solution makes it easy for your team to assess itself against these dimensions, build buy-in around an action plan to capture your largest opportunities to improve team performance, and then accountably track yourself to ensure you make progress in these improvement areas.