In Waldencroft, our work with executive and senior leadership teams is based on our Integrative Framework of Team Effectiveness, or the IF-TE for short.
It’s a powerful framework that provides an overall picture of the components that influence the functioning of senior teams. And it seeks to explore how the connectivity between these impacts how the team are performing.
As we engage with new research as it becomes available or as we assimilate our ongoing practical experience working with executive teams, we evolve our understanding of their developmental edge. When this happens, we put the IF-TE under scrutiny and iterate it to make it even better.
We’ve just launched IF-TE 2.0 with some significant changes!
The biggest change to the Integrative Framework of Team Effectiveness (IF-TE), is that we’ve further developed our idea of the importance of context. By this I mean the authorising environment, organisational culture, how the team reasons and actually does work and its attention to its own performance.
That’s what I explore in this edition of the podcast.
If you’d like to find out more about the IF-TE, or if you would like to set up a call to explore working with Waldencroft, you can contact us on https://waldencroft.com/contact/