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Disruptive team coaching focuses on engaging the team in discovery, planning, and achieving team-based objectives to enable high performance teams. Leaders trigger positive disruption by challenging team members to abandon the silo mentality and work towards high performance in achieving a common vision.

Creating high performance teams is one of the key objectives for many organizations. Leaders who manage to achieve this enjoy sustainable results to meet the needs of the business while delivering value to stakeholders and clients. They do this by fostering an environment for effective collaboration to prosper.

Done right, the result is high performance across various groups and functions in the organizations. When individual members work as one team, a “team-first” mentality develops to drive people towards high performance. This translates into competitive advantage as teams are moving towards fulfilling the same objectives.

Leaders who practice disruptive team coaching create favorable conditions for organizations that:

  1. Builds high trust relationships for increased speed and productivity
  2. Thrive on inclusion and diversity for innovative results
  3. Drives rapid learning for continuous team growth
  4. Empowers massive execution of action plans, tactics and strategies
  5. Drives teams towards realizing common and compelling goals and vision
  6. Builds stronger team motivation, satisfaction and commitment
  7. Transformation of teams’ behaviors and habits, transforms culture
  8. High performance teams enables high performance organization
  9. High performance teams enables high performance organization

In the new world, it is not the big fish which eats the small fish, it’s the fast fish which eats the slow fish.

Klaus Schwab, Founder and Executive Chairman, World Economic Forum

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In the new world, it is not the big fish which eats the small fish, it’s the fast fish which eats the slow fish.

Klaus Schwab, Founder and Executive Chairman, World Economic Forum

Disruptive Coaching Leaders Best Practices

In this video, World #1 Strategic Innovation Coach Dr Peter Chee explains what the 10 best practices of disruptive team coaching are. Discover the best practices leaders can apply to create high performance teams.

Start Disrupting Your Team

do you disrupt your team for high performance?

In this video, Dr Peter Chee shows you what you can do to disrupt yourself and your team.

Start experiencing the power of disruptive team coaching by getting your team together to answer the questions below. The answers would form the base of your strategies, tactics, action steps, and action plan for your next steps towards organization success and business results.

  1. What’s your disruptive game-changing goal?
  2. Where and who is your target customer?
  3. What is your customer’s person & their biggest pain points?
  4. How can you best solve the customer’s pain points?
  5. How can you use your greatest strengths for maximum innovation?
  6. What habit do you need to create game-changing results?
  7. What’s stopping or blocking you and your team?
  8. What are your best game-changing solutions?
  9. How does your innovative solution prototype look like?
  10. How can you be sure your customer loves your solution?
  11. What are our decisions and action steps?

Dr Peter Chee is the World #1 Strategic Innovation Coach. Get in touch with him to experience positive disruption for your team to create results.

Disrupt Yourself and Your Team for Peak Performance

leaders successfully disrupt themselves for high performance?

Yes, they can! A key technique to cultivate high performance is described by productivity guru Brian Tracy, one of ITD World’s strategic partners. For him, performing at a high level effectively begins by eating the biggest frog first at the start of each workday.

No, don’t go out hunting for frogs. Brian’s message is simple. Leaders have to develop the habit of completing the most important task before any-thing else is done. Brian and ITD World CEO Dr Peter Chee have come up with 18 great ways you can embark to achieve higher performance.