Projects are often kicked off with big plans and an enthusiastic team; but often end up needing to be rescued just a few months later. In most instances, this common problem is due to a lack of team.
Teams are put together to make projects happen, yet they struggle to operate as one and perform functions in silos with no sense of accountability to each other. Business optimisation is only truly possible as a result of people optimisation.
The question is: how do we create a team that are collaborating in the truest sense of the meaning of the word team?
The reality we face, is that globally we sit with a massive leadership vacuum. Many organisations are seeking to find how to lead with all the conditions we face today. We have the baby boomer generation exiting and the millennials entering. Added to that, is a diverse work force who needs to face competition on a global playing field, which just adds to the economic strain that already needs to be absorbed. We also need to deal with major breakdowns in leadership, causing people to doubt traditional methods even more. This brings together a melting pot of huge complexity, with a direct impact on the effectiveness of a team.
With proven success, the STAR methodology is based on building real teams by working on individuals, how they show up, what message are they giving to each other and the world. We start rebuilding individuals, so that they can feel empowered and apply their learning at the office and at home.