Just as a good book does not write itself, a high-functioning team does not emerge without planning and effort. In both cases, many elements are required for success. There has to be a clear reason or a purpose behind each. Once that is very clear, planning and forethought supports that plan with a structure and game plan. Like a book, a good team requires dedication and effort to get it launched and to keep it continuously productive. However, although a book involves only a single author, the multiple players in a team amplify the challenges. And unless the team functions well, it may be difficult or impossible to reach its goal.


  • The Importance of Trust
  • Elements of a Good Team
  • Coaching the Team Leader
  • Leveraging the Team’s Diversity
  • Team Structure and Functions
  • Top Teams
  • Challenges of the Executive Team
  • Coaching Governance Boards
  • Global Teams

Team Services & Tools

  • Team Diagnostic
  • Team Building & Team Coaching
  • Senior Leadership Teams
  • Governance Teams
  • Working with Board & Senior Management
  • Coaching Global Teams
  • Virtual Teams

Examples of Working with Trust across Cultures


  • Emotional Intelligence and Leadership Fitness
  • Taking Care of the Blind Spot: Psychodynamic Coaching
  • The Science of Positive Psychology Coaching
  • Deep Dive: More about:
  • Mindfulness & Stress Management
  • Moore’s Law & Us The World Is Moving Too Fast
  • Stress to Breath – Breath is the way


  • Show up and breathe
  • MANAGING CONFLICT across CULTURES Conscious effort wins half the battle
  • Coaching through the Lens of Culture. Conflict, and Connection


  • Cultural Dimensions Cultural Values
  • Checklist for Negotiating across Cultures