Team Building Services & Coaching

Multicultural coaching is also important when working with teams. Whether the team works face to face or virtually, via phone or the internet cultural differences can cause misunderstandings, inefficiency, and communication breakdowns which can negatively impact morale and productivity.

By working with Global Success Coaching, you will become aware about your team members:

  • Motivating needs
  • Communication styles
  • Delegation styles
  • Decision making styles and
  • Behaviors
  • Leadership styles
  • Learning styles

By knowing and actively working with the differences of the team members, the productivity and ability to work successfully together is tremendously increased.

Global Success Coaching helps organizations to create and maintain high performing teams through our ‘Team Building Services & Coaching’ approach. The coaching can be 1:1 and/or with the whole team depending on your needs and situation.

Does this spark your interest? Is it something you could benefit from? Contact us to schedule a private session or for more information: info@globalsuccesscoaching.com.

Our Team

Global Success Coaching is part of an international network of professional Coaches and Specialists from a range of private sectors, with a wide span of international experience and expertise.

We are particularly specialized in supporting organizations, teams, and leaders in Europe, America, and the Asia Pacific region.

I really enjoyed our coaching sessions, and I think you are an excellent coach!! What I enjoyed most was that you really helped me to coach myself actually; now I use my time in the car to investigate different issues with myself and my work, and use your words to come to good solutions. I feel more confident and the little devil on my shoulder is getting smaller and smaller, it shows up sometimes for [Read more]

H. Johansson, Store Mgr., IKEA Sweden

Executive Coaching Case Study

Angela was a senior executive of a European multi-national company, sent to an Asian country to head the Executive Management Team. [Read more]