There is one common challenge that every business faces no matter its size, years in business, or industry. They must find a balance between the needs of the company and the needs of their greatest asset—the people who work there. Team development provides that balance by giving leaders and team members the tools they need to do their best work.
Is it possible to promote high-achieving employees to leadership roles and support them in their quest to hit the ground running and lead their teams effectively?
Is it possible to make individuals feel valued, heard, and empowered and still hit the goals being set?
Business owners, leaders, and Human Resource professionals are often caught with the tricky job of dealing with human emotions and motivations. At the same time, they’re bound by their company’s systems, processes, and regulations. The resulting conflict can lead to confusion and lackluster results.
And problems in the workplace don’t always involve extreme behavior. Often, it’s dissatisfaction or the more subtle, day-to-day personal interactions that derail a team’s efforts.
Meeting Personal and Company Goals
Tracy’s customizable Team Development programs help bridge the gap between personal development and company goals.
If you’re dealing with any of these circumstances at work, professional Team Development may be your next best decision:
- Rapid growth with inexperienced managers
- Low morale and poor performance
- Lack of effective, professional communication
- Unclear chain of command
- Gossip, backbiting, and infighting
- Pushback on job responsibilities and lack of accountability
- Power struggles
- Subpar customer satisfaction
- High turnover
“Our organization is implementing changes and moving in a new direction that’s requiring some changes in mindset and culture. There was some nervousness about the process at first, but Tracy took special care to make sure everyone was comfortable and at ease. She is a great presenter and keeps people engaged. Coaching with Tracy Bianco has not only met, but exceeded my expectations. I’ve seen some team members really grow into leaders and take ownership in their roles. We’ve improved our communication style by leaps and bounds and are really coming together as a team.”
~Sara McMahan, Executive Director, Eden Village, Glen Carbon
Customized Team Development
Tracy Bianco acts as a facilitator and ongoing partner with your business. She’ll start by listening and learning about your company’s dynamics and assessing your unique challenges. Then, applying her knowledge as an educator and experience in the corporate world, she’ll create a plan for your leaders and team members. Together you’ll implement customizable strategies to improve overall results.
Tracy will get to know what makes your teams tick through large group trainings, smaller break-out sessions, and/or one-on-one coaching support. These offerings are available in person as well as virtually for remote teams. Tracy will address any problem areas and guide leaders and team members toward a more cohesive, productive team environment, working toward a common goal.
Much of Tracy’s work with groups involves soft skills. Soft skills can be thought of as “people skills” or “social skills.” They are personal qualities such as communication, teamwork, planning, organizing, and critical thinking. They shape the way people interact in personal and professional relationships. Tracy coaches leaders and team members as they work to enhance these skills, improving their own satisfaction along with the dynamics of the entire team.
With a Team Development strategy designed by Tracy Bianco, expect to experience these results:
- Leadership skills will be solidified.
- Strengths, talents, and motivations will be uncovered.
- Leadership potential will surface.
- Performance and morale will improve.
- Respectful, professional communication will increase.
- Pride in one’s work and job satisfaction will expand.
- Customer service will be enhanced.
Contact Tracy to find out how a customized Team Development program can help your leaders, team members, and human resources work together and meet their full potential.