We believe that conflict is just a sign that something new is trying to happen.
Teams that engage in team coaching learn to demonstrate a higher level of interdependence and interconnectedness that results in a higher level of trust. This enables teams to define new and better ways of working together that helps team members feel engaged and positive.
Conflict is seen as a signal that something new is trying to happen for the team. It’s not to be perceived as a personal attack or political machinations.
Through team coaching practices conflict is dealt with in a constructive manner, harnessing the creative potential of diversity while paving the way for emerging change. When fear is absent, trust and interconnectedness are created through meaningful and honest dialogue
It is concreted by trusting the positive intentions of one’s colleagues and intentionally looking for these. Teams with a high level of trust are more likely to become high performing teams.