Team Management Coaching
Teams Are the Best and Worst Part of Many Companies
A good team can be a dream come true — an efficient machine that gets work done fast and effectively, acting as an extension of the leader’s vision. This type of team doesn’t require constant supervision and monitoring, which means the leader is free to run the company as well as devote some attention to things outside of work. Qualities that this team’s members possess include loyalty, accomplishment, respect, drive, and willingness.
A bad team, on the other hand, causes more issues than it solves. If the leader is gone, nothing is accomplished. Members leave the team for very minor issues, causing disruption and negativity. There is no belief in the common goal, only the belief in everyone’s individual goals. This team’s members lack motivation, responsibility, generosity, curiosity, and self-worth.
What makes a team good or bad? Typically, the leader. Poor leadership skills, poor execution, or having the wrong team members in place can doom a company.
“IT IS JUST EASIER TO DO IT MYSELF…”
“WHY DON’T THEY DO IT LIKE I WOULD?”
“I CAN’T AFFORD TO ADD TEAM MEMBERS.”
Create A Dream Team!
Small business owners often inhibit the ability to create an effective team by virtue of their own management style.
Working with a coach can help you understand your role in the current environment and what changes you can make to create the Dream Team scenario that will propel your business forward.
CREATE YOUR DREAM TEAM!
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Burk has excellent communication skills and has been managing employees at different capacities his entire career, therefore polishing his talent in training others. Burk has been a tremendous asset in my success.
~ Yadira Wood · AMC Mortgage
Burk’s Expert Approach to Team Building
Burk is an expert at identifying people’s strengths and capitalizing on those strengths so that both the individual and the organization have the best chance for success. He will work with you and your employees to:
- Put the right people in the right places
- Utilize people effectively within personal networks
- Develop a cohesive environment and company culture
- Install a culture of accountability (holding people accountable)
- Perform AND enjoy work
- Establish your authority
- Stop churning through people (constant hire and fire cycle)
- Build a team atmosphere
- Make meetings fun AND fruitful
Received the 40 Under 40 award for up and coming executives for his success in team building.
He has built multiple award-winning teams ranging anywhere from 2 to 60 people.
Success in both building teams from the ground up and improving existing ones.