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Team and Leadership Optimization Services

For Teams

At KCG Talos, we believe that teams have the power to transform the world. We understand that ‘the whole is greater than the sum of its parts’ and are passionate about developing both teams and their leaders to help them reach their full potential.  We believe in the power of collaboration and are committed to helping teams come together to solve the world’s challenges. So, if you’re ready to take your team to the next level and become part of the future of world-changing teams, join us at KCG Talos and let’s get to work!

Senior businessman interacting with his team

The International Coaching Federation defines coaching as:


Partnering with clients in a thought-provoking and creative process that inspires them to maximize their personal and professional potential, which is particularly important in today’s uncertain and complex environment. Coaches honor the client as the expert in his or her life and work and believe every client is creative, resourceful and whole.

Peter Hawkins defines team coaching as “enabling a team to function at more than the sum of its parts, by clarifying its mission and improving its external and internal relationships. It is different, therefore, from coaching team leaders on how to lead their teams, or coaching individuals in a group setting.”

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Workshops For Both Leaders and Teams

  • Creating a Positive Work Environment  

  • Change Management  

  • Communication Skills  

  • Energy Leadership

  • Meyers' Briggs and Teams

  • DiSC and Teams

  • 360 Feedback

  • The 5 Behaviors of a Cohesive Team

  • Time Management  

  • Stress Management  

  • Strategic Planning

  • Informed Decision Making

  • Agile Mindset  

  • Process Improvement and Efficiencies  

  • Providing Excellent Service 

  • SWOT Analysis  

  • Unconscious Bias 

  • Creating a High-Performance Culture 

Many teams have existed and put themselves into a rut.

This happens for many reasons, such as apathy, too much time together, ineffective leaders, lack of motivation for improvement, or a desire to maintain the status quo. 

Key skills shared by effective team members:

  • They possess excellent active listening skills.

  • They understand their role.

  • They take responsibility for mistakes.

  • They’re passionate about being a team member.

  • They have strong communication skills.

  • They work towards solving problems.

  • They exhibit professionalism.

  • They’re flexible. 

  • They contribute.

  • They’re respectful.

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