Teambuilding Game: Big Question
Audio Interview with Roger Greenaway on Debriefing and Processing Teambuilding Games

Distinctions for Teams: Resolve vs. Work On

Clients (teams) who come to work with a teamwork coach generally have a vested interest in keeping things the same or in creating a new version of all their past problems.

Instead, we want the team to permanently and fully resolve what it is they're attempting to work on rather than continually growing in circles. 

The teamwork coach seeks to give them a path and have them finish what it is they think would take them a long time to work on. 

The team should work with a teamwork coach to finish things quickly (to resolve them) rather than to stretch out the process.

Some teams are unwilling to resolve issues.  They instead choose to work on them, and work on them some more, and then work on them some more, and... (you get the idea). 


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