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Teamwork Spaces


Teams are most effective and sustainable when they they create a regular ‘time out to check in’. This generally includes (re)focussing on who is being served and why; core purpose; what is working well and what isn't; and strategic and operational coordination. We help co-create spaces for these kinds of conversation.



As one of many such examples, an Aboriginal Corporation partnered with us on a lightly-facilitated weekend residential retreat where members could do the self-managed work that they needed to do to reconnect with story, core purpose, shared intentions, review what was working well and what needed a tweak.  It was also a time of deepening relationships and trust.


A work group in a university was noticing that although they worked together well together professionally, they were all experiencing tiredness and fatigue due to the relentless demands of Covid, along with some broader organisational change.  The group came together for a facilitated circle conversation, focused on their personal wellbeing and they could support each other. Using a coaching-based  approach, the workshop invited participant into gentle self-reflection/awareness, rather than ‘teaching’ them text-book strategies.

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