Partnering, Organizational & Team Facilitation
Successful teams include skilled technical professionals working intimately with informed and trusting clients - nurturing these relationships is our sole mission.
We are committed to the collaborative development of strategies and tactics to enhance the performance of your teams in the pursuit of project and interpersonal excellence.
Collaborative partnering in accordance with NAVFAC/NASA and CalTrans specifications
Conflict facilitation to resolution
Project focused team dynamics and team building
Executive coaching and stress management
Organizational change management
PROFESSIONAL PARTNERING, ORGANIZATIONAL & TEAM FACILITATION INCLUDES THE IDENTIFICATION OF COMMON DEPARTMENTAL, PROJECT, AND TEAM GOALS, COMMUNICATION PROCESSES, AN ESTABLISHMENT AND MAINTENANCE OF THE PARTNERING MINDSET, AND THE FULL COMMITMENT OF KEY STAKEHOLDERS
Collaborative facilitation is a disciplined process by which a neutral professional facilitator brings team members, leaders, stakeholders, and affected professionals together to ensure alignment on critical non-contractual and work-life balance decisions throughout the life of a project or a change in the organizational mission and structure.
The partnering process measures the interpersonal health of the organization, and can enhance communication, trust, strategy, change evolution and issue resolution— before disputes can arise.
Confidential interviews with team principals to include visible and invisible stakeholders
Confidential surveys to all team stakeholders based on principal interviews
Identification and management of unspoken issues
Assessment and reporting of survey results
Partnering follow-up communication and action items
Collaborative development of responsibilities, roles, and organizational relationships
What to expect
During the facilitation process stakeholders will address:
Formal and informal communications
Identification of conflicting team and project requirements
Project/Team mission statement, vision, and covenants
Periodic partnering health and reporting
Potential claim identification and avoidance
Monthly follow-up surveys, interviews, and formal reports on partnering metrics
Participants will be able to identify visible and invisible stakeholders and support the team's non-contractual “most important requirements” that are necessary to ensure safe and cost effective project success. Roles, responsibilities, and reporting relationships are confirmed collaboratively, and the team’s organizational structure is endorsed by all stakeholders.
Complex team dynamics may also be evaluated and "360 Assessment" instruments (DiSC®) may be utilized to provide objective leadership feedback maps on inter-team communications styles and conflict resolution processes.