Independent Consultant: Provided expertise in conflict management, intercultural communication, nonprofit capacity building, project development, project management and leadership since 1998
I worked in the creation and development of nonprofits, helping them develop and get projects funded. The secret is in assuring you are meeting your mission while at the same time matching your needs with the needs of the funder.
I provide skills in intercultural communication, helping people work with and in different cultural contexts to fully achieve their goals and aspirations.
I provide coaching for teams, individual improvement, leadership, conflict resolution, and intercultural or cross-cultural communication. I work one on one with individuals to help them develop to their full potential.
I provide skills in conflict resolution, conflict management, mediation and facilitation. I have many years as an expert in the field and am recognized by my peers as an effective conflict management expert. I also provide strategic planning facilitation, meeting facilitation, and workshop facilitation.
Large and small group facilitation, innovation facilitation, strategic planning facilitation, mediation, conflict resolution, conflict management
My initial thoughts are that if you have clear goals for your teams, they will perform according to those measures you set. Consider what processes you are using as well? To maintain creativity you still need to have a process that encourages completion. A third idea is to have at least one or two facilitators in your team that are responsible for assuring you are meeting the goals and expectations for the team. It could be a team leader or it can be a role that changes from project to project and that all members of the team have skills in facilitating the team's approach.