You hired the right people and set clear objectives. How did the project go off track? More importantly, how can you get it back on track? Team coaching rapidly uncovers the hidden motivations and unspoken contracts that cause friction within teams. Unlike individual coaching, I get to the core of group and interpersonal dynamics. Through this interactive on-site process, we resolve the core issues, make shifts in and resolving those issues. Your teams will not only get back on track within days or weeks, but the employees will enjoy their day-to-day interactions with one another, making your workplace not only efficient, but joyful.
Often, you know you have a “problem” manager, but you can’t replace them,
either because of their domain expertise, or because a switch would negatively
affect critical deadlines. Instead of putting up with low effectiveness, staff
complaints, and attrition, check out my free half-hour webinar to learn how
to address the “problem manager” issue in 5 simple steps.
Effective teams combine various talents and capabiliies. Getting people of different disciplines on the same page is crucial for innovation and effectiveness.
Even if your office is local, you probably have team members from different cultures, backgrounds, and nationalities. Optimizing communication makes teams effective and fun.
If you want people who are willing to go the extra mile, fun has to be part of the working environment. Plus, wouldn’t you rather work with happy people?
Rebecca Rachmany brings 25 years of hands-on management of teams and cross-team cooperation in organizations large and small, including virtual teams spread throughout the world, teams in startups from 5 to 50 people, and teams in multi-nationals such as Alcatel-Lucent and Verint. She has served as a mentor at Microsoft Ventures and given training to entrepreneurs and executives alike. Her training includes an Executive MBA from Kellogg Northwestern, as well as Anthony Robbins Mastery University and Business Mastery, and Landmark Worldwide’s Team, Management, and Leadership Program.
Her international experience includes working with organizations in North America, Israel, and London, as well as with multi-national teams spanning the globe. She has served as the CEO of successful service businesses serving mutinationals such as Cisco, Microsoft, Verint, and Vasco, and founded or co-founded half a dozen companies. She is active in her community, volunteering and mentoring locally as well as establishing international organizations addressing today’s most pressing global problems.
Rebecca blew away my ideas of how well my teams can perform. Several times now, she’s worked her magic by moving high-stakes teams from “a group of good people trying their best” to “high-performing happy team” in a matter of a few weeks. I’ve worked with her for nine years, including complex international projects with tight deadlines—she’s saved our critical team outcomes more than once. We use what we learned from her every day.Nathan Otto
Rebecca is an incredibly gifted solver. She can take any team or group of people and correctly identify what is preventing success, what is needed for success and how to forge the road between the problem or situation and the solution. She’s my go-to person when it comes to complex interpersonal issues, team productivity, and implementing processes that will consistently keep people on track.Miriam Lottner
FREE 60-Minute Consultation
Are we even right for one another? I only work with clients for whom I can promise results. In this 60-minute consultation, we’ll discuss the issues at your company and you will receive individual coaching as an executive of where the root problem is, and how you can make shifts immediately in handling the underperforming team. From this consultation, we will know if we’re a fit and if you’d like to go on to the Roadmapping stage.
I spend two days on-site with individuals and teams on your project, diagnosing the areas where the team is stuck and working with individuals to restore motivation and joy into their work. You receive a full report of the issues to address and a roadmap of how to address them, either on your own, with your in-house HR, or by contracting me for a longer-term “Back on Track” project.
Back on Track
If you’d just like me to get your team back on track, you’ll take the full-service project outlined in the 2-day consultation. Back on Track runs 2-12 weeks, with me working directly with your team on site 1-3 days per week. I continue a weekly coaching call with key executives for up to 6 months to ensure lasting change in the team performance.