The world is demanding learning and rapid adaptation, and organizations understand that these requirements are only met when looking at teams as units of change, leaving traditional leadership concepts behind.
In March 2020 when the world moved to a virtual format, team members gained more autonomy requiring a greater understanding of how self-managed teams can function.
Organizations have also understood the value of coaching and now want that value (previously implemented in an individual format) to be scalable. They want answers on how to lead teams in a less directive style and with more awareness and commitment, i.e., with a coaching approach.
With a strong scientific base, Dynamic Team Leadership Coaching (DTLC) proves to be an adequate process to meet this challenge.
The operationalization of the DTLC process happens through the awareness and application of ingredients translated into the PALI model.
The PALI model identifies the “new language” that leadership must develop to meet today’s needs for continuous adaptation.