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Common Problems for Team Development 

Poor communication. Team members may interrupt or talk over one another. There may be consistent silence from some members during meetings, alluding to problems but failing to formally address them, or false consensus (everyone nods in agreement without truly agreeing).

No team identity. Members may not feel mutually accountable to one another for the team’s objectives. There may be a lack of commitment and effort, conflict between team goals and members’ personal goals, or poor collaboration.

Avoidance of conflicts. Conflicts cannot be resolved when there is heightened tension and team members make personal attacks or aggressive gestures.

Ineffective leadership. Leaders can fail teams by not defining a compelling vision for the team, not delegating, or not representing multiple constituencies.

Lack of creativity. The team is unable to generate fresh ideas and perspectives and doesn’t turn unexpected events into opportunities.

Difficulty making decisions. Team members may be rigidly adhering to their positions during decision making or making repeated arguments rather than introducing new information.

Lack of participation. Team members fail to complete assignments. There may be poor attendance at team meetings or low energy during meetings.

Lack of Group Participation. The team is unwilling or unable to consider alternative ideas or approaches. There is a lack of critical thinking and debate over ideas. This often happens when the team overemphasizes team agreement and unity.

We Help You With Strategies and Tactics…

In creating a culture which actively engage in productive Ideological Conflict

Which helps to boost the confidence of team members so they can make commitments

Which focuses on achieving collective results

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What People Are Saying...

Kyle has been instrumental to the creation and continual growth of our team! He tells you the way that it is and how to address your needs, in the most positive and encouraging way. Great listener and knows how to get you to meeting your goals.

Beverly Huang

Kyle is an exceptional presenter that has an answer for every question. He is able to communicate his programs with ease and knowledge. When giving the presentation on 'Managing Difficult Conversations', he was clear, concise and offered numerous opportunities for the learners to practice these skills, ask questions and set goals. Having Kyle present to the team has increased our team work, leadership and overall ability to speak with our team.

Janus Academy

I recently participated in a 90 minute strategy session with business coach, Kyle Kalloo. This very worthwhile session covered a number of key topics including operations processes, marketing and sales and helped me identify my best potential clients. I have begun implementing the strategies outlined by Kyle and am currently re-working my marketing materials to focus on the direction provided.

Steve Speer

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